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Milestone 
1969 



Southbridge High School 

Southbridge, Massachusetts 

Volume IX 




Southbridge High School 
Town Hall Building - 1841 



Jacob Edwards Library 

236 Main Streot 
Southbrif ge, MA 01550 




Seniors . 


. . 18 


Underclassmen . 


. . 56 


Events . 


. . 70 


Athletics . 


. . 90 


Activities . . 


. 108 


Academics . . 


. 136 


Patrons . . 


. 154 





Times They Are A-Changing 
"Come gather round people wherever you roam 
And admit that the waters around you have grown 
And accept it that soon 
You'll be drenched to the bone. 
If your time to you is worth saving 
Then you'd better start swimming 
Or you'll sink like a stone 
For times they are a-changing." 
Bob Dylan 



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The Face Of All The World Is Changed 




Human Progress 
Has Come About 
Through Change 







We 

Ourselves 
Change 








Weep Not 

That The 

World Changes 








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To Know The Change And Feel It 




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Nothing Is Permanent 




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. . Except Change 



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In Memoriam 



"If there's another world, 

He lives in bliss; 

If there is none, 

He made the best of this." 




Mr. John Conlon (1908-1968) 

He smiled, he joked, he rumbled through our lives 
and left his presence by the gruffness of his voice which 
never quite concealed the twinkling humor; a rare 
individual doubly blessed. He was happy, but more 
important he knew it. Too soon we will all forget. 
Another laugh, another joke, another source of joy will 
fill the lifeless vacuum left behind him. But as we think 
of him from time to time, as surely we will, far better 
would it be to smile and joke as he would do, to take a 
lesson from life to find our own contentment, than to 
slowly shake our heads in sorrow of his passing. 



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Dedication 



The changing times at Southbridge High School are reflected in the lives of Mrs. 
Barbara H. Kyrios and Mr. William C. Nickerson. Both have devoted three decades 
of their lives in assisting our students. For their efforts and devotion, we are greatly 
indebted to these two fine people. To them we dedicate MILESTONE 1969. 





Mrs. Barbara H. Kyrios 

Since 1938, Mrs. Barbara H. Kyrios has been teaching 
young women the art of homemaking. Besides being 
actively involved with Glee Clubs and Drama Clubs, 
she was adviser to the Class of 1952. Mrs. Kyrios' 
service to the school and community will always be 
remembered by everyone who had the pleasure of 
knowing her. We wish her well in her retirement. 



Mr. William C. Nickerson 

For three decades, Mr. William C. Nickerson has 
devoted his life to the teaching profession. Changing 
times have not - altered his understanding • and 
sympathetic attitudes toward the students of 
Southbridge High School. Mr. Nickerson has spent long 
hours counseling students and was the adviser to the 
Class of 1951. When he retires this year, he plans to 
fulfill his lifelong ambition by living by the sea. Our 
best wishes to him in his retirement. 



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SENIORS 



RONALD J. LESNIEWSKI (Senior 
Class President), Troubadors. 
Baseball. Track, Basketball, 
Homeroom Officer, Class Officer, 
Prom Committee, Science Fa 
Football, "S" Club, Gym Show, 
Declamation Contest. 

MICHAEL C. BOUSQUET (Senior 
Class Vice-President), Student 
Council, Baseball, Track, 

Basketball, Homeroom Officer, 
Class Officer, Prom Committee, 
Football, "S" Club, Gym Show. 





RONALD J. LESNIEWSKI 
President 



MICHAEL C. BOUSQUET 
Vice-President 



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PENNY M. PAGE (Senior Class 
Secretary), Student Council, 
Homeroom Officer, Class Officer, 
Science Fair, Varsity Cheerleader, 
Junior Varsity Cheerleader. 

MICHEL A. CAOUETTE (Senior 
Class Treasurer), National Honor 
Society, Track, Class Officer, Year- 
book Business Staff, Football, 
"S" Club. 





PENNY M. PAGE 
Secretary 



MICHEL A. CAOUETTE 
Treasurer 



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ROBEKT B. 

Basketball. 



ANCTIL Track, 



NICHOLAS K. APOSTOLA 
Classical Club, National Honor 
Society, Band, Troubadors, Chorus, 
Homeroom Officer, Science Fair, 
Talent Show, School Newspaper, 
Spanish Club. 



ROBERT B. ANCTIL 



NICHOLAS K. APOSTOLA 



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GAYLE A. ARSENAULT Pep 
Club, Future Teachers, National 
Honor Society, Prom Committee, 
Biology Club, Yearbook Editorial 
Staff, Science Fair, Math Fair, 
School Newspaper, Spanish Club, 
Ski Club, Librarian. 

JUDY J. ARSENAULT Future 
Secretaries, Talent Show, Library 
Club, Gym Club. 



GAYLE A. ARSENAULT 



JUDY J. ARSENAULT 





DEBORAH J. ASSELIN Pep Club, 
National Honor Society, 

Basketball, Yearbook Editorial 
Staff, Science Fair. 

LOUISE T. AVERY Homeroom 
Officer, Biology Club, Class Play. 
Talent Show, School Newspaper, 
Spanish Club. 



DEBORAH J. ASSELIN 



LOUISE T. AVERY 



JOHN S. BABIS Classical Club, 
Basketball, Homeroom Officer. 
Gym Show. 

ARMAND L. BACHAND Track, 
Homeroom Officer, Football, "S" 
Club. 








JOHN S. BABIS 



ARMAND L. BACHAND 



CAROL A. BACHAND Troub: 
Concessions, Homeroom Officer, 
Prom Committee, Biology Club, 
Yearbook Business Staff, Science 
Fair, Math Fair, Class Play, Talent 
Show, Junior Varsity Cheerleader, 
Gym Show, School Newspaper, 
Gym Club, Senior Class Play, 
Usherettes. 



VIRGINIA A. BACHAND Pep 
Club, Future Teachers, National 
Honor Society, Homeroom Officer, 
Yearbook Editorial Staff, Science 
Fair, Senior Class Play, Ski Club. 








CAROL A. BACHAND 



VIRGINIA A. BACHAND 



DONALD R. BARTH Student 
Council, Troubadors, Chorus, 
Baseball, Basketball, Homeroom 
Officer, Science Fair, Football, "S" 
Club, A.V.A., Gym Show. 

YVETTE R. BELANGER 

Troubadors. Chorus, Future 
Secretaries, Yearbook Business 
Staff, Photography Club, Prom 
Committee. 





DONALD R. BARTH 



YVETTE R. BELANGER 






RICHARD BELLERIVE Basket- 
ball, Science Fair. Gym Show. 

CHARLES E. BELLEROSE Track, 
Basketball, Homeroom Officer, 
Prom Committee, Football, "S" 
Club, Gvm Show, Ski Club. 



RICHARD BELLERIVE 



CHARLES E. BELLEROSE 





DIANE C. BENOIT Pep Club, 
Future Teachers. 

JOHN P. BENOIT National Honor 
Society, Track, Yearbook Business 
Staff, Science Fair, Chess Club. 



DIANE C. BENOIT 



JOHN P. BENOIT 




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LAURIE E. BENOIT Pep Club. 

BONNIE A. BENVENUTI Nationa 
Honor Society, Troubadors, Home- 
room Officer, Prom Committee, 
Yearbook Editorial Staff, Science 
Fair, Majorette, Gym Show, Future 
Nurses, Usherettes. 



LAURIE E. BENOIT 



BONNIE A. BENVENUTI 




SUSAN G. BERARD Future 
Teachers, National Honor Society, 
Troubadors, Chorus, Concessions, 
Prom Committee, Yearbook 
Editorial Staff, Science Fair, Math 
Fair, French Club, Labrarian. 

MICHAEL BERGERON Prom 
Committee, Science Fair, School 
Newspaper. 





SUSAN G. BERARD 



MICHAEL BERGERON 



MICHAEL H. BICKI Troubadors, 
Prom Committee, Talent Show, 
Gym Show, School Newspaper, 
Spanish Club, Senior Class Play, 
Ski Club, Latin Club, Concessions. 

DOROTHY BILLIS National 
Honor Society, Troubadors, 
Yearbook Business Staff, Science 
Fair, Gvm Show, Usherettes. 





MICHAEL H. BICKI 



DOROTHY BILLIS 



DEBORAH A. BONIFACE Pep 
Club, National Honor Society, 
Basketball. Homeroom Officer, 
Prom Committee, Yearbook 
Editorial Staff, Science Fair, Ski 
Club, Labrarian. 

DEBRA A. BOUCHARD Pep 
Club, Future Teachers, National 
Honor Society, Concessions, 
Biology Club, Yearbook Edito 
Staff, School Newspaper, Fr 
Club, Usherettes, Evening 
Correspondent, Photography 





DEBORAH A. BONIFACE 



DEBRA A. BOUCHARD 






DENNIS A. BOUCHER Band, 
Homeroom Officer, Football, 
Talent Show, Gvm Show, Ski Club. 



GARY M. BOUCHARD 



DENNIS A. BOUCHER 





DEBORAH J, BOURDELAIS 
Student Council, Pep Club, 
Softball, Concessions, Homeroom 
Officer, Prom Committee, Office 
Girl, Spanish Club, Senior Class 
Play, Usherettes. 

STEPHEN A. BRODEUR Home- 
room Officer. 



DEBORAH J. BOURDELAIS 



STEPHEN A. BRODEUR 




WILLIAM J. BROUSSEAU 




WILLIAM J. BROUSSEAU 
National Honor Society, Band, 
Troubadors, Chorus, Baseball, 
Basketball, Yearbook Editorial 
Staff, Yearbook Business Staff, 
Science Fair, Math Team, 
Declamation Contest, Ski Club. 

MARTHA A. BROWN Pep Club, 
Yearbook Business Staff. 



MARTHA A. BROWN 



JENNIE A. BURDA Troubad 
Basketball. 

DONNA T. BURZYCKI Pep Club, 
Prom Committee. Class Play. 
School Newspaper, Spanish Club. 
Senior Class Plav, Ski Club. 





JENNIE A. BURDA 



DONNA T. BURZYCKI 



MARK R. BUTLER Basketball. 
Baseball, Football, "S" Club. 

RICHARD B. CABANA Trouba- 
dors, Chorus, Track, Math Team, 
Ski Club. 





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MARK R. BUTLER 



RICHARD B. CABANA 



LYDIA C. CAOUETTE Pep Club, 
Chorus. Concessions, Junior 
Varsity Cheerleader, Future 
Secretaries. 

MARCEL H. CAOUETTE 
Baseball, Basketball, Prom 
Committee. Chemistry Club, 
Science Fair, Football, Class Play, 
School Newspaper, Ski Club. 





LYDIA C. CAOUETTE 



MARCEL H. CAOUETTE 






Club. Basketball. Concessions, 
Prom Committee, Usherettes. 

CHRISTOPHER H. CLARKE 
Student Council. National Honor 
Society, Troubadors, Track. 
Basketball, Class Officer. Prom 
Committee, Yearbook Editorial 
Staff, Science Fair, Math Fair, "S" 
Club, Gym Show, Declamation 
Contest. 



MICHELLE L. CHENIER 



CHRISTOPHER H. CLARKE 





SUSAN J. COLLETTE 



MARGARET A. COLOGNESI 






SUSAN J. COLLETTE Pep Club, 
Chorus, Softball, Concessions. 
Prom Committee. 

MARGARET A. COLOGNESI 
Troubadors, Homeroom Officer. 
Prom Committee, Science Fair, 
Varsity Cheerleader. Junior Varsity 
Cheerleader, Gym Club, Ski Club. 
Labrarian. 




E. CONSTANTINE 
s. Yearbook Business 
or Class Plav. 



CORRIVEAU, JR. Prom 



Committee. 



CHARLES E. CONSTANTINE 



GEORGE CORRIVEAU, JR. 




LUCIA A. COSTANZI Pep Club, 
Troubadors, Chorus, Prom 
Committee, Future Nurses. 

DEBORAH M. CURBOY Pep 
Club, Classical Club, Troubadors, 
Chorus, Softball, Basketball, Prom 
Committee, Yearbook Business 
Staff, Science Fair, Library Club, 
Future Nurses, Senior Class Plav. 





LUCIA A. COSTANZI 



DEBORAH M. CURBOY 



MICHAEL G. CYR Concessions, 
Homeroom Officer, A.V.A. 

DEBORAH A. CZYZEWSKI Band. 





MICHAEL G. CYR 



DEBORAH A. CZYZEWSKI 



SUSAN M. DAVIS Pep Club, 
Chorus, Homeroom Officer. Varsity 
Cheerleader, Junior Varsity 
Cheerleader. 

DENNIS L. DIBONAVENTURA 
Homeroom Officer. 





SUSAN M. DAVIS 



DENNIS L. DIBONAVENTURA 





PAULA A. DIFEDERICO 
Classical ■ Club, National Honor 
Society, Prom Committee, 
Yearbook Business Staff, Science 
Fair, Math Fair, Majorette, Gym 
Show, Gym Club, Usherettes. 

TERESA DIGREGORIO Prom 
Committee, Future Secretaries. 



PAULA A. DIFEDERICO 



TERESA DIGREGORIO 





SUSAN M. DILLON 



ANN L. DIMARCO 





SUSAN M. DILLON Homeroom 
Officer. 

ANN L. DIMARCO Pep Club, 
Classical Club, Concessions, Prom 
Committee, Yearbook Business 
Staff, Library Club, Future Nurses, 
Spanish Club. 




MARK N. DUHAMEL Trouba- 
dors, Track, Science Fair, Chess 
Club. Ski Club. 

JOHN G. DUROCHER Football, 
Basketball. 



MARK N. DUHAMEL 



JOHN G. DUROCHER 




CENNETH P. ELIAS Football, 
Prom Committee. 

PAUL V. FANTARONI Track, 
Basketball, Homeroom Officer, 
Football, "S" Club, Cvm Show. 




BRENDA J. FAVREAU Pep Club, 
Homeroom Officer, Prom 

Committee, Yearbook Business 
Staff, Office Girl, Varsity 
Cheerleader, French Club, 
Usherettes. 

GERALYN E. FITTS Pep Club, 
Softball, Basketball, Homeroom 
Officer, Office Girl, Science Fair, 
Math Fair, Junior Varsity 
Cheerleader, Gym Show, Gym 
Club. 




PATRICIA B. FOGWILL Pep 
Club, Future Teachers, National 
Honor Society, Band, Basketball, 
Yearbook Business Staff. Science 
Fair, Math Fair. 

BRIAN E. FONTAINE 





KENNETH P. ELIAS 



PAUL V. FANTARONI 





BRENDA J. FAVREAU 



GERALYN E. FITTS 





PATRICIA B. FOGWILL 



BRIAN E. FONTAINE. 





DIANE M. FOURNIER Pep Club, 
Basketball, Gym Club. Ski Club. 

PAUL FOURNIER 



DIANE M. FOURNIER 



PAUL FOURNIER 





RONALD FOURNIER 



ERNEST P. GALLIPEAU 





RONALD FOURNIER 

ERNEST P. GALLIPEAU Science 
Fair. 




CIS E, GALLIPEAU Gym 
Senior Class Play. 

CHARLES E. CAU LIN Troubadors, 
Baseball, Basketball, Prom Com- 
mittee, Football. School News- 
paper. 



FRANCIS E. GALLIPEAU 



CHARLES E. GAULIN 





RICHARD F. GAUMOND 



RACHEL M. GAUTHIER Trou- 
badors, Chorus, Softball, Prom 
Committee. 





RICHARD F. GAUMOND 



RACHEL M. GAUTHIER 






MICHAEL GENDREAU Prom 
Committee, Talent Show. 

GINA A. GENTILI Student 
Council, Pep Club, Classical Club, 
National Honor Society, Chorus, 
Prom Committee, Yearbook 
Editorial Staff, Office Girl, Science 
Fair, Varsity Cheerleader, Junior 
Varsity Cheerleader, Gym Club, 
Declamation Contest, Usherettes. 





MICHAEL GENDREAU 



GINA A. GENTILI 



MAUREEN R. GIBEAULT Pep 
Club, National Honor Society, 
Concessions, Prom Committee, 
Future Secretaries, Yearbook 
Business Staff, Science Fair, 
Library Club, Usherettes. 

GEORGE GOLEBIOWSKI Classi- 
cal Club, Band, Basketball, 
Concessions, Homeroom Officer, 
Prom Committee, Biology Club, 
Chemistry Club, Talent Show, 
Gym Show, Spanish Club. 





MAUREEN R. GIBEAULT 



GEORGE GOLEBIOWSKI 






PAMELA E. GRAY Pep Club, 
Future Teachers, National Honor 
Society, Troubadors, Chorus, Prom 
Committee, Yearbook Editorial 
Staff, Science Fair, Spanish Club, 
Usherettes. 

RONALD B. GREGOIRE 



PAMELA E. GRAY 



RONALD B. GREGOIRE 



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BRIAN J. GRIFFITH 



JOAN A. GRZEMBSKI 




BRIAN J. GRIFFITH Baseball, 
Yearbook Business Staff, School 
Newspaper. 

JOAN A. GRZEMBSKI Pep Club, 
Chorus, Prom Committee, Future 
Secretaries, Future Nurses. 




ROGER L. GUYETTE 

JAMES P. HEBERT Baseball, 
Track, Football. 



ROGER L. GUYETTE 



JAMES P. HEBERT 



DANIEL S. HMIELOWSKI Track. 

THOMAS HOLDEN Student 
Council, Classical Club, Baseball, 
Basketball, Concessions, Home- 
room Officer, Class Officer, Prom 
Committee, Biology Club, Science 
Fair, Gym Show, Spanish Club. 





DANIEL S. HMIELOWSKI 



THOMAS HOLDEN 



PETER J. HUGHES Student 
Council, Baseball, Basketball, 
Concessions, Homeroom Officer, 
Prom Committee, Biology Club, 
"S" Club, Spanish Club. 

DEBORAH J. HUTCHINSON Pep 
Club, Band, Prom Committee. 






PETER J. HUGHES 



DEBORAH J. HUTCHINSON 



GAY C. HUTCHINSON Pep Club, 
Future Teachers, Prom 

Committee, Biology Club, Science 
Fair, French Club. 

WALTER J. HWALEK Band, 
Track, Prom Committee, Science 
Fair. "S" Club. Chess Club. Cross 
Country. 





GAY C. HUTCHINSON 



WALTER J. HWALEK 






BRUCE L. INNIS National Honor 
Society, Band, Track, Prom 
Committee, Yearbook Editorial 
Staff, Science Fair, Math Team, 
Math Fair, "S" Club. Debating 
Club, Declamation Contest, Senior 
Class Play, Cross Country. 

JOHN P. JEZERSKI. 



BRUCE L. INNIS 



JOHN P. JEZERSKI 





THOMAS A. JENERAL National 
Honor Society, Yearbook Business 
Staff, Ski Club. 

NANCY E. JENKINS Pep Club, 
Troubadors, Library Club, 
Classical Club. 



THOMAS A. JENERAL 



NANCY E. JENKINS 





HELEN V. KAMIZIRIDES Pep 
Club, Spanish Club, Photography 
Club. 

PETER L. KARP Classical Club, 
National Honor Society. Band, 
Yearbook Business Staff, Science 
Fair, Math Team, Math Fair, 
Chess Club, French Club. 



HELEN V. KAMIZIRIDES 



PETER L. KARP 



DEBBRA KONKEL Pep Club, 
Future Teachers, School 

Newspaper, Usherettes. 

THOMAS S. KOSAKOWSKI 
National Honor Society, 

Troubadors, Chorus, Baseball, 
Basketball, Homeroom Officer, 
Science Fair, Math Fair, "S" Club, 
Gym Show. 





DEBRA KONKEL 



THOMAS S. KOSAKOWSKI 



PAUL. L KRASNOV Student 
Council, Classical Club, National 
Honor Society, Baseball, 

Basketball, Homeroom Officer, 
Class Officer, Prom Committee, 
Yearbook Business Staff, Science 
Fair, Spanish Club. 

PAUL A. LAPORTE Track, Gym 
Show, Ski Club. 




PAUL L. KRASNOV 




PAUL A. LAPORTE 



LEONARD N. LAPORTE Con- 
cessions. 

JANICE L. LARIVIERE Pep 
Club. 









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JANICE L. LARIVIERE 






SHIRLEY A. L 
badors, Chorus. 

PATRICIA M. LAROCHELLE 
Future Teachers, National Honor 
Society, Math Fair, Gym Club, 
Declamation Contest, Usherettes, 
Librarian, Classical Club. 



SHIRLEY A. LARIVIERE 



PATRICIA M. LAROCHELLE 





GARY M. LAVALLEE National 
Honor Society, Chess Club. 

ELIZABETH A. LAVOIE Trou- 
badors, Chorus, Prom Committee, 
Science Fair, Math Fair, Varsity 
Cheerleader, Junior Varsity Cheer- 
leader, Gym Club, Spanish Club, 
Ski Club. 



GARY M. LAVALLEE 



ELIZABETH A. LAVOIE 





GAIL A. LEBLANC Pep Club, 
Chorus, Homeroom Officer, Future 
Secretaries, Yearbook Business 
Staff, Class Play, Talent Show, 
Gym Show, School Newspaper, 
Senior Class Play, Ski Club. 

MARY L. LEBLANC Softball, 
Concessions. Prom Committee, 
Yearbook Business Staff, Science 
Fair, Future Nurses, Senior Class 
Plav, Ski Club. 



GAIL A. LEBLANC 



MARY L. LEBLANC 




DONNA L. 
Teachers. 



LEBREUX Future 



THOMAS F. LUDUC Troubadors. 
Baseball, Track, Basketball, 
Homeroom Officer, "S" Club, 
Cross Country. 




DONNA L. LEBREUX 




THOMAS F. LEDUC 



GARY E. LEE Student Council, 
National Honor Society, 

Troubadors, Track, Basketball, 
Homeroom Officer, Yearbook 
Editorial Staff, Science Fair, Math 
Fair, Football, "S" Club. Gym 
Show, Cross Country. 

SAMUEL E. LOMME Classical 
Club, Chorus, Baseball, Basketball, 
Concessions, Biology Club, Math 
Fair, Ski Club. 




LORRAINE A. LOVELY Pep 
Club, Future Teachers, 

Troubadors, Softball, Homeroom 
Officer. Prom Committee, 

Yearbook Editorial Staff, Science 
Fair, Talent Show, Gym Club. 

DEBORAH A. LUKOWSKI 
Basketball, Future Secretaries. 





GARY E. LEE 



SAMUEL E. LOMME 






LORRAINE A. LOVELY 



DEBORAH A. LUKOWSKI 






WAYNE A. MacDONALD 
Classical Club, National Honor 
Society, Band, Track, Basketball, 
Yearbook Business Staff, Science 
Fair, Math Team, Math Fair, "S" 
Club, Debating Club, Ski Club, 
Cross Country. 

MARTIN B. MAGOON Trouba- 
dors, Chorus, Homeroom Officer, 
Football. 



WAYNE A. MacDONALD 



MARTIN B. MAGOON 





SANDRA L. MARAMO Pep Club, 
Softball, Math Fair. 

BRIAN D. MASKA Track, 
Homeroom Officer, Prom 

Committee, Football, "S" Club, 
Gym Show. 



SANDRA L. MARAMO 



BRIAN D. MASKA 





MARY L. MASON Student 
Council, Pep Club, National 
Honor Society, Homeroom Officer, 
Yearbook Editorial Staff, Office 
Girl, Science Fair, Declamation 
Contest, French Club, Usherettes, 
Labrarian. 

MARY R. McEVOY Troubadors, 
Chorus, Basketball, School 
Newspaper, Spanish Club. 



MARY L. MASON 



MARY R. McEVOY 



JEFFREY A. McKINSTRY Trou- 
badors, Baseball. 

MARTHA M. MICHON Student 
Council, Pep Club, Softball, 
Concessions, Homeroom Officer, 
Class Officer, Prom Committee, 
Talent Show. 





JEFFREY A. McKINSTRY 



MARTHA M. MICHON 



GARY J. MISIASZEK Troubadors, 
Chorus, Baseball, Track, Basket 
ball. Concessions, Homeroom Of 
ficer, Biology Club, Talent Show 
Gym Show, Ski Club. 

JAN A. MOMINEE Baseball. 
Concessions, Gym Show, Junioi 
Red Cross. 




GARY J. MISIASZEK 



JAN A. MOMINEE 



BARBARA A. NAWROT Pep 
Club, Prom Committee, Future 
Secretaries, Office Girl, School 
Newspaper. 

DENNIS C. NORMANDIN Na- 
tional Honor Society, Baseball, 
Prom Committee. 





BARBARA A. NAWROT 



DENNIS C. NORMANDIN 





JACK M. NORMANDIN Band, 
Troubadors, Track, Concessions, 
Prom Committee. Biology Club, 
Science Fair, French Club. Cross 
Country, Classical Club. 

KATHLEEN A. O'BRIEN Softball, 
Basketball, Concessions, Gym 
Show, Gym Club. 



JACK M. NORMANDIN 



KATHLEEN A. O'BRIEN 





GREGORY J. PANU Baseball, 
Basketball, Homeroom Officer, 
Football, "S" Club, Gym Show. 

CYNTHIA R. PAUL Pep Club, 
Future Teachers, Biology Club, 
Yearbook Editorial Staff, Library 
Club, School Newspaper, French 
Club, Labrarian. 



GREGORY J. PANU 



CYNTHIA R. PAUL 





RICHARD L. PELOQUIN Track, 
Football. 

CAROL A. PETTINELLI National 
Honor Society, Troubadors, 
Concessions, Prom Committee, 
Yearbook Editorial Staff, Science 
Fair, French Club, Usherettes. 
Labrarian. 



RICHARD L. PELOQUIN 



CAROL A. PETTINELLI 



JULIETTE E. PICHE Troubadors, 
Prom Committee, Yearbook 
Business Staff, School Newspaper. 

RAMONA F. POLLONE Pep 

Club, Chorus, Concessions, School 
Newspaper. 





JULIETTE E. PICHE 



RAMONA F. POLLONE 



JANICE A. POULIN Troubadors, 
Chorus, Softball. 

JOYCE M. POULIN Troubadors, 
Softball. 






JANICE A. POULIN 



JOYCE M. POULIN 




DENNIS G. PROULX Band, 
Homeroom Officer. 

STEVEN A. PRYMAK Baseball, 
Homeroom Officer, Football, "S" 
Club, Gym Show. 





DENNIS G. PROULX 



STEVEN A. PRYMAK 





ROBERT D. QUEVILLON Trou- 
badors, Track. Science Fair, "S" 
Club, Chess Club. 

RITA I. RAJCHL Pep Club. Prom 
Committee, Yearbook Editorial 
Staff, School Newspaper, Gym 
Club, French Club. 



ROBERT D. QUEVILLON 



RITA I. RAJCHL 





SONJA W. RAJCHL Pep Club, 
Troubadors, Homeroom Officer, 
Future Secretaries, Gym Club. 

DENISE D. RENAUD Pep Club, 
Band, Basketball, Concessions, 
Prom Committee, French Club, 
Future Nurses. 



SONJA W. RAJCHL 



DENISE D. RENAUD 








KENNETH M. RICCI 
PAUL RICHARD 



KENNETH M. RICCI 



PAUL RICHARD 




CAROL A. ROSIENSKI Pep Club. 
Future Teachers. National Honor 
Society, Concessions, Prom 
Committee, Yearbook Editorial 
Staff, Science Fair, Math Fair, 
Spanish Club, Usherettes. Ski Club. 

KATHY E. ROY Pep Club, Varsity 
Cheerleader, Junior Varsity 
Cheerleader, Labrarian. 





CAROL A. ROSIENSKI 



KATHY E. ROY 



LOUISE E. RYAN Pep Club, 
Basketball, Homeroom Officer, 
Future Nurses. 

JOHN J. SACRAMONE Baseball, 
Basketball, Homeroom Officer, 
Prom Committee, Biology Club, 
Science Fair, Football, "S" Club, 
Talent Show, Gym Show, Gym 
Club, Spanish Club, Ski Club. 





LOUISE E. RYAN 



JOHN J. SACRAMONE 



ELLEN H. SALVA Pep Club, 
Homeroom Officer, Prom 

Committee, Future Secretaries, 
Office Girl, Varsity Cheerleader, 
Junior Varsity Cheerleader, Gym 
Show. 

PAUL SINNI Baseball. 





ELLEN H. SALVA 



PAUL SINNI 





RICHARD SLEDZIK 

KATHLEEN L. SPLAINE Na- 
tional Honor Society, Troubadors, 
Prom Committee, Yearbook Edi- 
torial Staff, Science Fair, Usher- 
ettes. 



RICHARD SLEDZIK 



KATHLEEN L. SPLAINE 








ANTHONY N. STAFFIERI Trou- 
badors, Baseball, Basketball, Home- 
room Officer, Gym Show, School 
Newspaper, Gym Club. 

MARSHA S. SZYDLIK Pep Club, 
Basketball, Concessions, Home- 
room Officer, Prom Committee, 
Yearbook Business Staff, Science 
Fair, Future Nurses. 



ANTHONY N. STAFFIERI 



MARSHA S. SZYDLIK 





EUGENE TAGLIERE 
STEVEN N. TERSA 



EUGENE TAGLIERE 



STEVEN N. TERSA 




PAUL J. TOURVILL 

SUSAN C. TOYE Pep Club. 
Troubadors, Chorus, Concessions, 
Homeroom Officer, Future Nurses. 





PAUL J. TOURVILLE 



SUSAN C. TOYE 



LUCILLE L. TRAHAN Prom 
Committee, Yearbook Business 
Staff. Office Girl, School 
Newspaper. 

RUTH S. TRAHAN Softball, 
Concessions, Prom Committee, 
Yearbook Business Staff, Future 
Secretaries. 





LUCILLE L. TRAHAN 



RUTH S. TRAHAN 




ROGER L. TURCOTTE National 
Honor Society, Yearbook Business 
Staff, Science Fair, Math Fair, 
Declamation Contest. 

JOSEPH C. URBANOWSK1 Na- 
tional Honor Society, Track, 
Homeroom Officer, Yearbook 
Business Staff, Science Fair, 
Football, Chess Club, Declamation 
Contest, Ski Club. 





ROGER L. TURCOTTE 



JOSEPH C. URBANOWSKI 





LOIS A. VA1RO Pep Club, 
National Honor Society, 

Concessions, Yearbook Editorial 
Staff, Science Fair, Math Fair, 
Declamation Contest, French 
Club, Usherettes, Labrarian. 

MAUREEN L. VALLEE Pep 
Club, Chorus, Concessions, School 
Newspaper. 



LOIS A. VAIRO 



MAUREEN L. VALLEE 





NANCY L. WALEK Pep Club, 
Troubadors, Future Secretaries, 
Future Nurses. 

ELLEN C. WELCH Pep Club, 
Concessions, Prom Committee. 



NANCY L. WALEK 



ELLEN C. WELCH 







ROSEMARY A. WESCOTT 



RICHARD B. WHITNEY National 
Honor Society, Troubadors, 
Yearbook Editorial Staff, Science 
Fair, School Newspaper, Photog- 
raphy Club. 



ROSEMARY A. WESCOTT 



RICHARD B. WHITNEY 



J. WILLIAMS Science 
Dhess Club. 

1ARIA L. WOOD Biology Club. 





KEVIN J. WILLIAMS 



MARIA L. WOOD 



WILLIAM J. ZACHARA 
BRUCE BOISVERT 





WILLIAM J. ZACHARA 



BRUCE BOISVERT 



ROGER GOBEILLE Baseball 
Prom Committee, Football. 

PAUL DAME 

NORMAN R. LAMOUREUX 

JOHN MEZZONI 

ROBERT R. PONTBRJAND 




OTHER MEMBERS OF THE 
CLASS OF 1969 

PAUL DAME 

NORMAN R. LAMOUREUX 
JOHN MEZZONI 
ROBERT R. PONTBRJAND 



ROGER GOBEILLE 



Class Advisers 




Time it was, 
And what a time it was, 
It was . . . 
A time of innocence, 
A time of confidences. 
Long ago ... it must be . 
I have a photograph, 
Preserve your memories, 
They're all that's left you. 
Paul Simon 



Mr. Roger Giroux 

During our high school years, our lives changed a 
great deal. On the day of our Freshman Reception we 
met our class advisers, and during the next four years 
they aided us in fulfilling all the responsibilities leading 
up to our Senior Year. As advisers to the Class of '69, 
Mr. Roger Giroux and Mr. Lucien Manchuk willingly 
gave their time and effort to establish us as the "Mighty 
Seniors." We sincerely thank them for their unselfish 
service throughout these four years. 




Mr. Lucien Manchuk 



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Superlatives 



As time progresses, people change and develop so 
that various individuals become noted for particular 
aspects of their personalities. During the last year in 
high school, Seniors feel that they know each other well 
enough so that they can select two outstanding people 
to serve as superlatives according to certain categories. 
These titles are bestowed in fun but they indicate how 
the selected individuals are viewed by the other 
members of their class. 







Chris Clarke: Most Fun 



Gary Lee: Best Dancer 





Paul Krasnov: Did Most For The Class 



Penny Page: Friendliest; Most Fun 



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Class Of 1969 




Charles Gaulin: Best Artist 




Bonnie Benvenuti: Changed Most 




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Mike Bousquet: Best Athlete; Best 
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Gay Hutchinson: Quietest 





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Gary Misiaszek: Class Clown 




Bruce Innis: Changed Most; Most Pessimistic 




Marsha Szydlik: Most Optimistic 



Wayne MacDonald: Most Sophisticated 




Don Barth: Chatterbox 



Debbie Boniface: Did Most For The Class; Best 
Artist 



Terry DiGregorio: Best Looking; 
Most Gullible 




John Sacramone: Most Optimistic 




Carol Rosienski: Most Sophisticated 





Lois Vairo: Most Likely To Succeed 



Paul Fantaroni: Most Gullible 





Kathy O'Brien: Best Athlete; Class Clown 



Tom Kosakowski: Most Likely To Succeed 



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Carol Bachand: Best Actress 



Ellen Salva: Chatterbox; Best Dancer 





Sue Davis: Most Pessimistic 



Beth Lavoie: Flirt 




Nick Apostola: Best Actor 



Brian Griffith: Quietest 




Juniors 




Kim T. Carpentier, President 
Sharon S. Sharp, Vice-President 
Denise Bousquet, Secretary 
Denise A. Langevin, Treasurer 
Mr. Paul Sturgis, Adviser 



Brent S. Abrahamson 
Sandra A. Allard 
Kenneth P. Anderson 
Nancy J. Arns 
David Bachand 
Ronald Bachand 
Lynn C. Baillargeon 

Nancy L. Bastien 
Alan A. Beaudry 
David Beaudry 
Patricia A. Beck 
William E. Beck 
David M. Benjamin 
Alexis E. Benoit 



Frances B. Benoit 
Jeanne M. Bernard 
Beverly A. Berthiaume 
Noela R. Besse 
Roger Boisvert 
Elaine C. Bouvier 
Robert L. Broughton 




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Denise A. Brousseau 
Richard Brousseau 
Laurent L. Brunell 
Edward Brunelle 
Kevin T. Buckley 
Cheryl A. Cieri 
Gail L. Ciprari 

Susan D. Comtois 
David Corriveau 
Michael Coumoyer 
Glenn L. Davis 
Pia L. Decataldi 
Suzanne M. Delage 
Susan M D'Henin 

Kenneth Dion 
John Dobson 
Bruce Duhamel 
Kathleen A. Dunleavy 
Jacqueline Y. Dupuis 
Valerie R. Favreau 
Deborah J. Ford 



Frank S. Franconeri 
William R. Freeland 
Russell Gagnon 
Daniel J. Gallery 
John Galipeau 
Dennis Gallipeau 
Deborah A. Gibeault 



William A. Gibeault 
Gale M. Goudreau 
Dennis W. Gravel 
Gary Graves 
Rocco Guinta 
John Harwood 
Douglas Hutchinson 

Carol A. Iozzo 
Catherine M. Iozzo 
Patricia A. Jezerski 
Merilynne K. Johnson 
Thomas S. Johnston 
Allen R. Joy 
Joanne M. Julian 

Charles P. Kiritsy 
Anne M. Kowalewski 
Patricia A. Kulis 
James E. Kurposka 
Rosa Kvasznyik 
Nancy D. Lane 
David Langevin 

Mona C. Lapierre 
James W. Latour 
Lauria L. Lavallee 
Leon Lavallee 
Paul A. Lavallee 
Carol N. Leboeuf 
Kathleen B. Leduc 




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Paul R. Leduc 
Michael S. Lee 
Edward F. Lemansld 
March Lemoine 
Dennis Lippe 
David Lorange 
Sheila Lumi 



Ronald Mandeville 
Thomas Manning 
John Marcucci 
Michael Martin 
Elizabeth F. Mason 
Victoria McKinstry 
Carol A. Menard 

Robert L. Mongeon 
Sylvia A. Montigny 
John M. Moore 
Cheryl A. Moskwa 
Pamela A. Moynagh 
Laura J. Newell 
Jane Niejadlik 

Charles Orzech 
Donna M. Osowski 
Arlene Ostrokolowicz 
Cathleen M. Paquette 
Donald Peloquin 
Raymond W. Petrelli 
Paul W. Pettinelli 

Gail A. Pingeton 
James Pirani 
Bruce W. Plouffe 
Michael W. Pontbriand 
Michael Power 
Louise M. Proulx 
Robert Proulx 



Marian G. Rakowski 
Russell Ricci 
David Richards 
Marc W. Richard 
Linda Routhier 
Richard M. Roy 
Andre St. Laurent 

Paul J. St. Onge 
Linda M. Santelli 
Edward Saunders 
Carol A. Savary 
Robert J. Sellers 
Janet C. Sexton 
Sandra R. Shanbaum 

Albert F. Sheldon 
Cynthia A. Shippee 
Linda J. Smick 
Robert A. Spielvogel 
Eusta Staffieri 
Janice R. Sterczala 
Deborah A. Sullivan 




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Michael A. Szumilas 
Gary Tamborini 
Deborah A. Tanacea 
Robert Tarpy 
Elaine M. Tarquinio 
Mary A. Tenczar 
Linda Thanas 



Spiro M. Thomo 
Beverly A. Thompson 
Stephen Tiberii 
Gail I. Trahan 
Nancy C. Tremblay 
Leonard Trifone 
Michael C. Utakis 



James M. Vasil 
Susan Waldron 
Diane Wayne 
Terrie A. Wayne 
Lawrence Wescott 
Linda A. Wielblad 
Stanley Wrona 



Janice Zachara 
Paul Coumoyer 
Caroline Favre 




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Sophomores 




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Jeffrey S. Theodoss, President 
James D. Lazo, Vice-President 
Maria Tortis, Secretary 
Peter C. Hapgood, Treasurer 
Mr. Walter Gosk, Adviser 
Mr. William Paul, Adviser 



Robert H. Anderson 
Robert Anderson 
Beverly Arel 
Arthur C. Arpin 
Joseph K. Arsenault 
James Bachand 
Jay R. Barnard 

Joanne Bastien 
Kevin Bastien 
Norman Bastien 
Charles A. Beattie 
Robert Belanger 
Laurie Bellerive 
Donna M. Benoit 



Lawrence J. Benoit 
Michael H. Berry 
Joan F. Berthiaume 
John B. Berthiaume 
Barbara M. Blackmer 
Anne F. Bousquet 
John W. Boyle 

ianet R. Brousseau 
,aura L. Brousseau 
Gail M. Brown 
Donald N. Brunei! 
Brian Caouette 
Linda L. Caouette 
Suzanne E. Caplette 




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David A. Caprera 
Judith E. Carmel 
Judith A. Champeau 
Stanley Choinski 
Michael E. Choquet 
Christine Ciukaj 
Richard S. Ciukaj 

Martha A. Clarke 
Howard C. Clinton 
Cheryl Cloutier 
Jacquelyn A. Coderre 
Jacqueline Collette 
Ronald H. Cooper 
Samuel J. Corbitt 

Dolores M. Corriveau 
Marc V. Costanzi 
Jeanne Cote 
Paulette Cote 
Charles Cournoyer 
Michael P. Cournoyer 
Paul R. Courtemanche 



Alice Culliton 
Judith M. Daniels 
Nancy L. Denno 
Albert J. DiFederico 
Susan J. DiFederico 
Mary M. DiMarco 
Paul R. Dion 



Larry Druckenbrod 
Ann L. Dubreuil 
Debra J. Dune 
Melanie A. Dupaul 
Patricia A. Earls 
Scott A. Earnest 
Bernice Edmondson 

Donald Elkins 
William J. Foley 
Sharon Fontaine 
Douglas J. Ford 
James R. Foumier 
Paulette M. Fournier 
Dennis French 



Richard A. Galli 
Robert R. Girouard 
Lucille J. Gobeille 
Linda M. Gravel 
Eugene Gregoire 
Jonathan Gregory 
Joyce D. Griffith 

Barbara G. Gubb 
Elaine N. Guyette 
Deborah L. Hefner 
William M. Hibbard 
Cynthia M. Hill 
Beth A. Hirons 
Francis H. Hurley 



Suzanne G. Hwalek 
Mary R. Innis 
Jeffrey D. King 
Ann L. Kosakowski 
Patricia A. Kowalewsld 
Kathleen A. Kowalski 
Beverly Labelle 




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Lawrence Lacasse 
Judith Lacoste 
Frances Laferriere 
Andre G. Lafleche 
Gerald J. Lafleche 
Roger Lafleche 
Shirley A. Lafleche 

Elaine M. Laliberte 
Richard Laliberte 
Lorraine D. Lamothe 
Clifford Lanctot 
Dennis L. Lataille 
Diane L. Latino 
Susan L. Lavigne 

Jeffrey Lavoie 
Richard C. LeBlanc 
Marc Lefebvre 
Richard Lempicki 
Susan T. Lippe 
Janis Liro 
John J. Lombardi 



George W. Lovely 
Diane M. Lukowski 
Brian L. Lusignan 
Carolyn A. MacDonald 
Teresa Majchrjak 
Sandra J. Maly 
James Marcucci 



Judith A. McDonald 
Jeanne C. Mendes 
Jeffrey Mercier 
John D. Micheli 
John Moon 
Alan Morgan 
Walter Morris 



Debra S. Normandin 
Martha Palmerino 
Jean R. Paquin 
Judith Paquin 
Renita R. Paul 
Dennis J. Perry 
Joseph Petrelli 

Lona F. PetreUi 
James Pettinelli 
Charles M. Piekarski 
Charles Pingeton 
Judith A. Plante 
Suzanne Poirier 
Gregory J. Polanik 

William A. Power 
Dennis R. Proulx 
Emily A. Proulx 
Richard Proulx 
Roger Proulx 
Richard Provost 
Nancy M. Prymak 

Mark D. Quevillon 
Karin E. Rakowski 
Linda E. Richard 
Dennis Rines 
Donald Roberts 
Robert Robinson 
Patricia M. Roy 




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Philippe Roy 
Donald St. Laurent 
Diane A. Salva 
Diane M. Santelli 
Nancy A. Santullo 
Barbara Scheinfeldt 
Robert G. Slattery 

Gary Sledzik 
David J. Smick 
Linda S. Spadea 
Veronica J. Syriac 
Marcia V. Szugda 
Stephen J. Szydlik 
Marsha L. Taylor 



Nicholas M. Thomo 
Cynthia J. Thompson 
William J. Toye 
David P. Travinski 
Michael Tremblay 
Michael C. Trudeau 
Ronald J. Vairo 

Lorraine Vandal 
Lynne K. Vema 
John D. Waskiewicz 
Sharon Wayne 
Karen Wetteland 
Kathleen R. Whitney 
Mary K. Williams 

Stella Xanthakos 
George Yanka 
Maria T. Yanka 
Samuel D. Yanka 
Joseph Zachara 
Paul Zarzycki 
Joanne P. Ziemba 




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Robert G. Caprera, President 
Jill M. Normandin, Vice-President 
Barbara J. Bicki, Secretary 
Lee B. Negip, Treasurer 
Mr. Robert Bongiomo, Adviser 



Eugene Addington 
Elaine F. Apostola 
Raymond R. Arpin 
Denise T. Arsenault 
Juanita L. Arsenault 
Bonnie J. Asselin 
Normand Aucoin 



Sally A. Banks 
Anna M. Beaudry 
Gloria C. Beausoleil 
June G. Benoit 
Katherine A. Benoit 
Susan J. Benoit 
David E. Bemier 



Diane M. Berthiaume 
Sandra Billis 
Robert Blanchette 
Denise E. Borey 
Michael Bouchard 
Richard P. Bouchard 
Raymond Boucher 



Ann M. Bouvier 
Jeffrey M. Boyle 
Ronald Brodeur 
Susan R. Brunell 
Diane F. Bundeff 
Gerald F. Burl 
Mary T. Capistrand 

Mark Carpenter 
Luke Carpentier 
Nancy Chamberland 
Lenore Champeau 
Mark Chasse 
Elaine Chouinard 
Kevin Christo 



Charles Cierpich 
Clifford Clark 
Paulette Collette 
Barbara Colognesi 
Marc Comtois 
Lawrence Cook 
David Corbitt 




Freshmen 





Deborah Corriveau 

Jane Corriveau 

Michael Costa 

Diane Cote 

Ronald Coumoyer 



Judith Couture 

Dennis Cygan 

Nancy Cygan 

David Cyr 

Kenneth D'Angelo 



Michael Dargie 

Linda Dashnaw 

Gary DeAngelis 

Carol D Allessandro 

Elizabeth Dembowski 



John Dembowski 

David Demers 

Paulette DeRouin 

Meliana Diani 

Linda T. DiBonaventura 



Lisa A. DiGregorio 

Richard A. DiGregorio 

Nancy P. Domijan 

Nancy A. Donais 

Bruce Duhamel 



Roger Dupuis 

Corey L. Earnest 

Gloria L. Earnest 

Charles Fontaine 

Diane M. Fontaine 



Jane R. Fontaine 

Katherine A. Fontaine 

Richard Foumier 

Linda L. Fox 

Donna M. Freehart 



Heidi J. Freeman 

David M. Garceau 

Steven D. Gardner 

Annette L. Gauthier 

Brian J. Gauthier 



David Gauthier 

Robert Gauthier 

Russell A. Gendreau 

Wayne Goulet 

Susan L. Gregoire 



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Charlene M. Griffith 
Gary S. Gryncewicz 
Bruce J. Hall 
Debra A. Hansen 
Raymond D. Hebert 



Nancy E. Hibbard 
Donna L. Hicks 
Katherine S. Holden 
June L. Hopkins 
Susan B. Howard 



Roland Hudon 
Judy A. Hufault 
Susan T. Hufault 
Winifred E. Hughes 
Donna E. Hutchinson 



Donna L. Hwalek 
Gregory J. Iozzo 
Susan G. Iozzo 
Michael S. Jezerski 
Barbara J. Johnson 



Kenneth Joy 
Anna Kiritsy 
Donna D. Kopacz 
Paul A. Koprowski 
Joseph J. Kozlowski 



Mary C. Krasnov 
Bernard Kupiec 
Deborah M. LaBarge 
Deborah Lacasse 
Diane L. Lachapelle 



Anne M. LaFountain 
Paulette G. Lajoie 
David C. Lane 

foyce A. Langlois 
anet E. Lariviere 



Emily J. Latour 
Paulette B. Lavallee 
Wilfred H. Learned 
Robert Leblanc 
Michael W. LeClafr 



Cheryl R. Lehonczak 
Donna M. Lemanski 
Dennis Letendre 
Linda E. Libby 
David Livernois 




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Richard Lucier 

Peter M. Lumi 

Jeffrey Lynch 

Hugh N. MacKinnon 

Kenneth P. Madore 

Debra L. Magoon 

Pauline O. Mailhot 



David Mandeville 

John Marina 

Dennis R.. Marquis 

Mary Lou Martin 

Richard E. Mathieu 

Richard McGrath 

James L. McKenna 

Cindy L. McKinstry 

Lois McRoy 

Loma R. McRoy 

David Menard 

Diana L. Menard 

Lori D. Miller 

Richard A. Mominee 



Michele A. Mongeau 

Donna J. Mongeon 

Cathleen M. Morrill 

Clare M. Morrill 

Kathryn Nasse 

Francis Nichols 

Theodore Nikolla 

Linda M. Noble 

Alan G. Noga 

Richard Normandin 

Janet R. O'Rrien 

Thomas M. Orzech 

Deborah A. Osowski 

Albert R. Peloquin 

Kathy A. Pelpguin 

Robert Peloquin 

Holly J. Perkins 

Susan E. Perron 

Rhonda J. Philbrook 

Sean P. Phipps 

Susan Pickarski 



Richard Plouffe 

Norman Poirier 

Cheryl A. Pontbriand 

Jeanine D. Pontbriand 

Russell Poulin 

James Power 

Diane R. Provost 




Paul C. Quigley 
Tolek D. Rakowski 
Steven Ranks 
Michael T. Ravlin 
Yvonne G. Renaud 
Charles Reynolds 
Diane S. Richer 



James Roberts 
Michael J. Rondeau 
Ricky Rosso 
Debra A. Rousseau 
Deborah A. Routhier 
Patricia A. Roy 
Harold A. Rust 



Elaine T. Ryder 
Carol A. St. George 
Judith A. St. Germain 
Gayle M. Salisbury 
Betty A. Salva 
William J. Sandgren 
Deborah J. Santelli 

Michael G. Schuck 
Barbara A. Sellers 
Brian Sheldon 
Salvatore M. Simonelli 
Dawn M. Smarelli 
Bruce L. Spenard 
Maryann V. Staffieri 

Gail L. Stanhope 
Randy Steager 
Kathleen A. Stickney 
Barbara A. Suitter 
Deborah Suitter 
Elaine R. Sullivan 
John B. Swiatek 

Stanley Swiss 
Russell Talisman 
Jean A. Tamborini 
Joanne Y. Thibert 
Holly A. Thomas 
Alan J. Todd 
Marie A. Towsley 

Patricia L. Tremblay 
Joanne C. Trudeau 
James Trifone 
Ernest L. Tsoules 
Michael A. Tyler 
Raymond Vallee 
Bruce Villandre 












George Villandre 

Paul D. Vincelette 

Joan Waldron 

Michael Welch 

James W. Wetteland 

Dennis Wright 

Nancy R. Zarzycki 



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Decorations Highlight Unforgettable Junior Prom . 



As Juniors, we realized that the times were certainly 
changing, for now it was our turn to sponsor a prom 
given in honor of the graduating Senior Class. The 
willing Juniors who worked energetically during that 
one hurried week know that preparations for MARDI 
GRAS were time-consuming, yet entertainment and a 
feeling of satisfaction were attained at the end. The 
entire Junior Class was indebted to the Prom 
Committee and its advisers and especially to Debbie 
Boniface and Paul Krasnov who were extremely active 
and enthusiastic while the groundwork was being laid 
for the festivities. 



Mardi Gras 




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Carol Bachand, Mary Mason, Gary Lee, and Mark Duhamel 





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It has been said that one picture is worth a thousand 
words. The overwhelming change from a gymnasium to 
a MARDI GRAS attests to the work involved, but the 
finished product can only describe itself. 




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Prom night came and went, and with it went hours of 
designing, decorating, and directing which were 
climaxed by viewing the completed creation of MARDI 
GRAS. Everyone who attended or at least who viewed 
the gym on prom night will agree that it was a truly 
beautiful and entertaining event. 




The Queen, her Court, and their escorts are: Barbara Howard and 
Michael Favreau, Cheryl Ciprari and Robert Leduc, Queen Bonnie 



Magoon and Robert Morrill, Mary L. Gibson and Frank Rocissano, 
and Jane Aucoin and Ray White. 




Taking part in the grand march are: Gail Paquette and Laurier Carpentier, and Louise Sandman and 
Roger Hebert. 



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Marcel Caouette, Louise Avery, Thomas Jeneral, Ruth Trahan, Susan D'Henin, and Michael Bergeron. 




Shown enjoying dancing at MARDI GRAS are Iris Terpos, Thomas Jeneral, Louise Avery, Diane 
Fournier, and Joanne Smarelli. 




Lydia Caouette, Paul Bonnette, Deborah Hutchinson, and David Mogavero. 

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Freshman Reception 



One of the first activities facing the Senior Class was the annual 
Freshman Reception. At first the freshmen were somewhat 
apprehensive but after introductions to their new teachers and 
administrators, they felt they were really a part of Southbridge High. 
The music was provided by the Paper Machine, and seniors enjoyed 
themselves as much as the freshmen. Since the Class of '72 is the 
largest class in the history of S.H.S., it indicates the great change 
taking place in our student population. 





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Thanksgiving Rally 




The thought of the upcoming Bartlett game was for 
most an uncertain prospect. But the annual rally for the 
Thanksgiving Day classic changed all that. The rally 
was one of intense excitement and fervor and most 
certainly boosted the morale of our football team. 
Together the cheerleaders, the band, and the majorettes 
raised the spirits of the entire student body. 





Victory Dance 



Long hours of creative thinking and planning were finally rewarded when the 
cheerleaders sponsored their Thanksgiving Victory Dance. Although the Pioneers 
lost the traditional Bartlett game, there was no lack of gaiety during the 
celebration. The music was provided by the Apple Corps and everyone present 
enjoyed themselves. 




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Assemblies 




The assembly program at Southbridge High School was instituted for 
educational purposes and for providing a change of pace from the normal 
routine. All of this year's assemblies were interesting and entertaining, 
especially those performers who used humor to convey their ideas. A 
concert pianist related jokes while demonstrating various chords on a piano. 
Humor was also used for the program "This Atomic World", and 
frequently students were asked to participate in the programs. 






Students Combine Dramatic Flair And Effort In 
All-School Play "The Glass Menagerie" 




In addition to the usual presentation of a 
Senior Class play, drama students of 
Southbridge High School performed "The 
Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams as 
an all-school play. Directed by Mr. Jeffrey C. 
Leeds, the excellent performances of Beth 
Hirons, Carol Bachand, Arthur Arpin and 
Andrew Simpson demonstrated the abundance 
of talent at Southbridge High School. 



Andrew Simpson 



Beth Hirons and Carol Bachand 



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Debby Asselin and Tom Leduc 



Peter Karp, Tom Kosakowski and Paula Difederico 



Senior Players Set Stage For "The Crucible" 




This year members of the Senior 
Class presented "The Crucible," a 
two-act drama centering around the 
Salem witchcraft trials. The cast was 
made up of twenty students who 
eagerly rehearsed for three months 
under the direction of Mr. Dennis 
McManis. Both the cast's and crew's 
efforts were enthusiastically received 
on the performance dates. 



Debby Asselin, Tom Kosakowski, Ronnie Lesniewski, Chris Clarke and Tom Leduc 




Front: Debby Asselin, Debby Boniface, Kathy Roy, Lois Vairo. Middle: Tom Kosakowski, Martha 
Michon, Debby Curboy, Debbra Konkel, Gayle Arsenault, Susan Berard, Paula Difederico, Paul 
Krasnov. Back: Chris Clarke, Mark Duhamel, Wayne MacDonald, Tony Stafneri, Ron Lesniewski, 
Tom Leduc, Nick Apostola. 



Science Fair 



The annual Science Fair was held in March with 
students entering projects in physics, chemistry, biology, 
and general science. Among those receiving awards were 
Michael Bergeron, Mark Quevillon, Thomas Kosakowski 
and Wayne MacDonald, and Kay Xanthakos and Ruth 
Remijan. Mr. Lillpopp was chairman of the event and 
Mr. Desroches presented awards. 



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Southbridge High's annual Talent Show 
was held on Saturday, March 16, 1968 and 
was well received by the near capacity 
crowd. The program consisted of vocal solos 
by Michele Paquin and Carol Bachand, a 
trampoline act by Martin McDonough, a 
ballet number by Kay Xanthakos, and 
Rodney Piette on the guitar. 

Other performers were Martha Michon 
and Sue Poirier in a modern dance, Valerie 
Favreau and Peter Moore singing folk songs, 
and the Paper Machine, a rock 'n roll group. 

The show was under the supervision of a 
faculty committee, and the proceeds were 
used for the Dr. James M. Robertson 
Memorial Scholarship Fund. 



Talent Show 



Excitement Rules . . . Juniors Order Class Rings 










The day came when Juniors were finally recognized 
as upper-classmen — the day that class rings were 
ordered. During lunch periods there was a rush for the 
counter to obtain ordering blanks. The excitement 
indicated that a change had come in their lives. 





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Letters Of 
Commendation 



Bruce Innis, Lois Vairo, Virginia 
Bachand and Wayne MacDonald 
received letters of commendation 
from the National Merit Scholarship 
Testing Program. 





Student Government 
Representative 

tyne MacDonald was chosen as our Student 
vemment Representative in Boston. 



Carol Pettinelli was selected as Southbridge High's 
Girls' State Representative. 



Boys' Sate 



Wayne MacDonald received another honor by 
being chosen as our Boys' State Representative. 



Variety Of Honors Awarded To Seniors 



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ATHLETICS 



Football ... A Season Plagued By Injuries 




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Front: A. Bachand, C. Bellerose, Tri-Captains P. Fantaroni, M. 
Bousquet, and R. Lesniewski, G. Panu, J. Sacramone, M. Butler, B. 
Maska. 2nd Row: S. Prymak, E. Staffieri, R. Peloquin, G. Lee, M. 
Szumilas, M. Power, P. Livemois, D. Barth, M. Caouette. 3rd Row: R, 
Anderson, R. Slattery, A. Sheldon, J. Harwood, F. Franconeri, K. 



Dion, M. Lee, L. Druckenbrod, K. Madore. 4th Row: P. Zarzycki, J. 
Theodoss, C. Kiritsy, M. Quevillon, D. Travinski, D. Garceau, W. 
Hibbard, W. Learned. Back: Coaches A. Santelli, R. Giroux, D. 
Marino, and W. Welch; Managers M. Bastien and M. Besse; M. Lazo. 




Football has always been the favorite sport at S.H.S., 
and the 1968 season was no exception. Characterized by 
a tough grudging defensive secondary and a rugged 
offensive unit, the Pioneers played nine fine games, 
winning their first four in succession. 

However, the team was plagued by a series of 
injuries which negated what might have been a better 
season. Mike Bousquet, offensive back, fractured his 
collarbone one week before the Northbridge Jamboree 
in a scrimmage with Oxford, and missed the first five 
games. 

The Pioneer offense suffered another serious setback 
when Sophomore quarterback Jim Lazo was injured 
during the Auburn game and was forced to sit out the 
rest of the season with a fractured leg. In large part due 
to these adversities and others, the Pioneers finished 
the season with four wins and five losses. 



Southbridge High coaches Marino and Welch ponder a critical game 
situation. 




Pioneer Chain Gang defensive back Paul Livernois (11) tackles 
Wachusetts ball carrier as Mike Power (82) moves in to assist. 




Don Barth (84) heads up field as Mark Butler (64) applies a key block. 




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Season Ends On Dismal 




Pre-game hand-shaking between Pioneer Tri-Captains Mike Bousquet, 
Paul Fantaroni, and Ron Lesniewski and Bartlett captains. 



Freshman back Kenny Madore picking up valuable yardage for the 
Pioneers. 




Don Barth (84), Southbridge High's standout back, skirts right end as Steve Prymak (28) and Ken Madore 
(25) move in to block. 

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Thanksgiving Note 





Don Barth (84) makes a valiant attempt at second half pass. Don just 
missed what would have been a great catch. 



Bartlett chant of "It's all over" is vividly pictured on Pioneer faces 
Larry Druckenbrod, Gary Lee, and Marcel Besse. 












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Jeff Theodoss (foreground) heads downfield after a Mike Bousquet 
pass. In background^ looking on, is Ken Madore (25). 



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Pioneer fullback Mike Caouette picking up difficult yardage. In 
foreground is Don Barth, and in the background are Ron Lesniewski, 
Mark Butler and Charlie Bellerose. 



Pioneer Cagers Finish Strong After Mediocre 




Front: Chris Clarke, Mike Lee, Captains Pete Hughes and Mike 
Bousquet, Don Barth, Gary Lee. Back: Jeff Theodoss, Pete Hapgood, 



Tom Kosakowski, Glenn Davis, Mark Butler, Kim Carpentier, Coach 
Bernard. Missing was Captain Ronnie Lesniewski. 





The ballgame begins as Don Barth (33) jumps center. Waiting for ball 
are Mike Lee (15), Pete Hughes (11), and Mike Bousquet (13).- 



Mike Bousquet (12) after pulling rebound off board. Ronnie Lesniewski 
(50) comes in to help out. 




Our basketball team quickly discovered that 
possessing fine personnel was not enough to bring about 
a winning team. Cooperation, team spirit and 
dedication were the necessary ingredients missing in 
the early going. After defeating arch-rival Bartlett at 
mid-season, however, the Pioneer hoopsters seem to find 
themselves. Tri-Captains Peter Hughes, Mike Bousquet 
and Ronnie Lesniewski led the scoring along with 
Junior forward Mike Lee. Guards Gary Lee and Peter 
Hapgood continually demonstrated their play-making 
ability. The fine season was well-deserved and certainly 
a long time in coming. 



Ronnie Lesniewski struggling for possession as Mike Lee (14) moves 
in. Looking on are Pete Hughes and Mike Bousquet. 



Beginning . . . 







Mike Bousquet (12) goes up high for two points. Sophomore Pete Hapgood scores, and it's two Tri-Captain Ronnie Lesniewski goes high 

more for the Pioneers. for rebound against Valley Tech. 





Helplessly looking on as Bartlett Indian scores a basket are Mike 
Bousquet, Pete Hughes and Glenn Davis. 



Mark Butler, ahead of his defensive man, scores. 



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J.V. Team Thrills Fans With Sparkling Season 




Front: Bob Girouard, Lee Negip, Larry Druckenbrod, Jack Boyle, Mike Costa, Jimmy Power. Back: 

Paul Zarzycki, Dennis Wright, Marc Costanzi, Mike Szumilas, Coach Gosk. 



indicative of future 
many good years of 




If J.V. basketball teams are 
varsity teams, then S.H.S. has 

basketball ahead of it. Mr. Gosk's J.V.'s outstripped all 
competition and lost only two games, one to a prep 
school team. Guards Jackie Boyle, Jeff Theodoss and 
Larry Druckenbrod proved valuable team ballplayers, 
while center Mike Szumilas and forwards Kim 
Carpentier, Marc Costanzi and Dennis Wright led the 
team in scoring. 



Dennis Wright (52) fires his jump shot while Lee Negip and Jimmy 
Power (foreground) and Mike Costa (10) in background await 
rebound. 




Bill Toye (22) lays one in as Bob Girouard (32) looks on. 



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Lee Negip drives for the layup. 



Mr. Leduc's Freshman team, though playing a 
limited schedule, showed great promise. Dennis Wright, 
Jimmy Power, Lee Negip, and Mike Costa were four of 
the team's outstanding players while others will also 
undoubtedly help S.H.S. teams in the future. 




Jimmy Power (12) goes up for the tap as Mike Costa (10) and Paul 
Zarzycki (24) await outcome. 




Front: Mike Costa, Lee Negip, Kenny Madore, Ray Hebert, Jimmy Power, Sean Phipps. Back: Coach 
Leduc, Jeff Boyle, Dennis Wright, Ted Nikolla, Bill Learned, Tom Orzech, Mark Chase. 

Freshman Team Holds Great Promise For S.H.S 



Spirit And Enthusiasm Dominate Girls Basketball 




Girls Varsity Basketball Team. Front: Arlene Ostrokolowicz, Beth Hirons, Jackie Coderre, Kathleen 
O'Brien, Ann Kosakowski. Back: Manager David Garceau, Janis Liro, Mary Innis, Bernice Edmondson, 
Coach Teguis. 




Action against arch-rival Bartlett girls shows Kathy O'Brien (20) and Ann Kosakowski (r) struggling for 
ball as Beth Hirons (1) looks on. 




Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Team. Front: Kathy Peloquin, Janet O'Brien, Lenore Champeau, Elaine 
Apostola. Back: Manager David Garceau, Barbara Bicki, Alice Culliton, Coach Teguis. 



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Fielding both a new coach, 
Mr. Peter Teguis, and a 
relatively young and 
inexperienced team, the girls 
basketball team didn't fare as 
well as in past years. Senior 
guard Kathy O'Brien and 
Sophomore rover Jackie 
Coderre were team 
sparkplugs, and team morale 
and spirit was the rule during 
most of their games. The 
team lost only two Seniors 
during the year and hopefully 
S.H.S. can expect a much 
better performance next year. 






And Softball . . . 



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Girls Softball Team. Front: Iris Terpos, Janet Puccelli, Barbara Osimo, Bonnie Magoon, Debby 
Bourdelais, Joyce Poulin, Kathy Battista. Middle: Coach Leduc, Pauline Gauthier, Janice Poulin, Jackie 
Coderre, Kathy O'Brien, Celeste Seremet. Back: Judy McDonald, Beverly Leduc, Caroline Favre, Arlene 
Ostrokolowicz, Linda Richard. 




Team warming-up just before game. 



Last spring found the girls 
softball team doing 
surprisingly well. Spurred on 
by the abilities of three 
Seniors, Iris Terpos, Barbara 
Osimo, and Janet Puccelli, 
they garnered a respectable 
record of ten wins and only 
three losses. Mr. N. Richard 
Leduc, coach, was in part 
responsible for their success. 






Catcher Kathy O'Brien 



Pitcher Joyce Poulin 



Judy McDonald 



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BORDER BASEBALL 

CONFERENCE 

CHAMPIONSHIP 



Pioneer Baseballers 



Baseball never gained the popularity of football at 
Southbridge High School, yet during the 1968 season, 
the Pioneers were avidly followed by the student body 
and sported some of the most loyal fans around. The 
Pioneer baseballers didn't let their fans down as they 
struggled for an undefeated season. The best infield in 
the Conference, fine pitching in Seniors Dave 
LaFlamme and Jon Lamarine, and good solid hitting 
power carved the team to a 12 and 3 record and a share 
of the Border Baseball Conference Championship. 



Varsity Baseball Team. Front: Marc Osimo, Dave LaFlamme, Jim Smith, Dan 
Weberg, Eustah Staffieri, Jon Lamarine. Middle: Jim Kurposka, Mark Butler, 
Pete Hughes, Don Barth, Tom Kosakowski, Steve Prymak. Back: Coach 
Santelli, Dennis Gravel, Jeff McKinstry, Mike Lee, Assistant Coach Sturgis. 














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Strong-armed pitcher 
Eustan Staffieri. 




Dugout scene during game shows Jim Kurposka, Coach Sturgis, Don 
Barth, Mark Butler, Jim Smith, Tom Kosakowski, and Jeff McKinstry 
intently watching game action. 



Junior Varsity Team members. Front: Jim Vasil, Ronnie Vairo, Sam Yanka, Alan 
Beaudry, Jack Boyle, Jan Mominee, Jeff McKinstry. Middle: Jim Lazo, Jeff 
Theodoss, George Yanka, Pete Hapgood, Billy Power, Kim Carpentier. Back: 
Coach Welch, David Travinski, Marc Costanzi, Mike Power, Jim Kurposka. 



Track is a sport which demands a great deal of 
individual willpower and dedication. This dedication 
was evident in our track team as they spent long spring 
afternoons practicing at Dresser St. Field. Topnotch 
area teams created stiff competition but some fine 
indhidual performances in the high jump, javelin, 880 
vard relav. quarter-mile and half-mile runs 
overshadowed a losing record. 

Interest Increases In 



Southbridge High's Minor Sports Track And Field 




Track Team members. Front: Bill Marinelli. David Proulx. Armand 
Bachand. Greg Mathieu. Frank Koumanelis, Ron Lesniewski, Robert 
Quevillon. David St Laurent Middle: Mike Trudeau. Mike Szumilas, 



Mare Richard. Mark Quevillon Bill Beck, Paul Livemois, Coach 
Giroux. Back: Leo Terpos. Garv Lee, Chris Clarke, Bruce Innis, 
Warae MacDonald, Walter Hwalek. 





Walter Hwalek is up and over the crossbar as Bill Beck looks on. 



Ronnie Lesniewski, Southbridge High"s field events competitor, poised 
to put the shot 



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Our cross country team, coached by Mr. Leduc, 
though relatively inexperienced this year, improved 
over last year's overall performance. Seniors Wayne 
MacDonald and Bruce Innis and Junior Marc Richard 
turned in good efforts, and for a team lacking the 
necessary depth, the Pioneer harriers ran 'well. 



And Cross Country 





Gary Lee warming up in his event, the discus. 



As Paul Leduc looks on, Armand Bachand releases the 
javelin. 




Cross Country Team members. Front: Bruce Innis, John Waskiewicz, 
Steve Szydlik, Alan Noga, Bill Beck, Walter Hwalek. Back: Joseph 



Kozlowski, Michael Rondeau, Anthony Goulet, Robert Tarpy, Gerald 
Burl, Dennis Perry, Coach Leduc. 



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Southbridge Brass Band — 1895 




ACTIVITIES 




Managing Editor Gina Gentili and 
Editor-in-Chief Lois Vairo during the 
earlier stages of yearbook planning. 



Under the direction of Mr. Roland Varin and Mrs. Celesta Sullivan, 
the entire yearbook staff succeeded in meeting all deadlines. Everyone 
involved did his best to produce a yearbook that would capture all 
school activities and be well received by all. 




Just after the 
yearbook sales 
assembly, business 
staffers Pat Fogwill 
and Yvette Belanger 
busy counting new 
subscriptions. 



Milestone Staffs 



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Yearbook Editorial Staff. Front: William Brousseau, Gina Gentili, Lois Vairo, Mary Mason, Carol 
Rosienski, Wayne MacDonald. Middle: Chris Clarke, Virginia Bachand, Rita Rajchl, Debra Bouchard, 
Gavle Arsenault, Pamela Gray. Back: Susan Berard, Cynthia Paul, Deborah Boniface, Kathv Splaine, 
Carol Pettinelli. 





Yearbook Business Staff. Martha Brown, Pat Fogwill, Dorothy Billis, Yvette Belanger, Paula Difederico, 
Ruth Trahan, Wayne MacDonald, William Brousseau, Thomas Jeneral, Roger Turcotte, Marsha Szydlik, 
Ann DiMarco, Carol Bachand, Maureen Gibeault, Paul Krasnov. 



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The National Honor Society, during the 1968-69 academic year, contained 
the largest membership the organization has ever had. Though it had quantity, 
its members also exhibited quality in character, scholarship, leadership and 
service. Under the supervision of Mr. Edmund Guerard and its officers Thomas 
Kosakowski, Bruce Innis, Lois Vairo and Carol Pettinelli, the society 
sponsored a magazine drive, the annual Alumni Christmas party, and the 
semi-annual induction assemblies. 





National Honor 
Society 




Permanent Members — National Honor Society. Front: Wayne MacDonald, Mary Mason, Lois Vain 
Carol Pettinelli, Thomas Kosakowski, Deborah Asselin, Virginia Bachand. 2nd Row: Paul 
DiFederico, Dorothy Billis, Gina Gentili, Paul Krasnov, Christopher Clarke, Deborah Boniface, Can 
Rosienski. 3rd Row: Patricia Fogwill, Pamela Gray, Debra Bouchard, Gayle Arsenault, Patrici 



Student Council 



The Student Council is composed of 26 
members who are elected by the entire 
student body. The organization under the 
direction of Mr. James Forkey and Mr. 
Roland A. Varin, had as its officers Chris 
Clarke, Mary Mason, Mike L.ee and Martha 
Palmerino. Its major activity during the year 
was a "Meatball and Rigatoni Supper" for the 
benefit of. the Center of Hope retarded 
children's center. 





Student Council. Front: Nancy Zarzycki, Martha Palmerino, Mary Mason, Mary Krasnov, Chris Clarke, 
James McKenna. Middle: Susan Howard, Gina Gentili, Penny Page, Paul Krasnov, Peter Hughes, 
Cathleen Paquette. Back: Anne Bousquet, Linda Caouette, Barbara Gubb, Carolyn MacDonald, Judy 
Daniels, Denise Bousquet. 




Provisional Members — National Honor Society. Fronfc Mary 
Tenczar, Jane Niejadlik, Linda Santelli, Denise Brousseau, Patricia 
Beck, Denise Bousquet, Elizabeth Mason, Cathleen Paquette. Middle: 
William Trifone, Paul St. Onge, Kathy Dunleavy, Kim Carpentier, 



Richard Roy, Robert Spielvogel, Caroline Favre, Sandra Shanbaum. 
Back: William Freeland, Nancy Lane, Pia Decataldi, Donna Osowski, 
Carol Iozzo, Pat Kulis, Linda Wielblad, Gail Pingeton. 



Scarlet Troubadours 




Under the able direction of 
Mr. Francis Convy, the Scarlet 
Troubadours sponsored concerts 
at Christmas and in the spring. 
They also participated in school 
assemblies and community 
festivities. 



Front: Linda Santelli, Carol Bachand, Anne Kowalewski, Sandra Shanbaum, Maria Tortis, Joan 
Berthiaume. 2nd Row: Barbara Gubb, Anne Bousquet, Christine Ciukaj, Mary DiMarco, Elizabeth 
Lavoie, Deborah Gibeault, Merilynne Johnson, Susan D'Henin, Janice Zachara, Deborah Curboy. 3rd 
Row: Jacquelyn Coderre, Martha Palmerino, Margaret Colognesi, Mary Williams, Beth Hirons, Judy 
Daniels, Susan Waldron, Ann Kosakowski, Cynthia Thompson. 4th Row: Douglas Ford, George Lovely, 
Richard Whitney, Dennis Lataille, Robert Quevillon, Nicholas Apostola, John Moore. Back: William 
Gibeault, Mr. Francis Convy, David Travinsld. 




Girls' 
Chorus 

The Girls' 
Chorus, also under 
Mr. Convy 's 
direction, 

combined with the 
Scarlet 

Troubadours at 
many special 
assemblies. 



Front: Donna Kopacz, Ann Dubreuil, Debbie Hefner, Melanie DuPaul, Sally Banks, JoAnn Ziemski, 
Janice Zachara, Maria Tortis, Debbie Rousseau. 2nd Row: Nancy Donais, Anna Kiritsy, Lynne Verna, 
Carolyn MacDonald, Jill Normandin, JoAnne Trudeau, Mary Capistrand, Pauline Mailhot, Kathy Nasse. 
3rd Row: Diane Fontaine, Charlene Griffith, Sue Caplette, Kathy Kowalski, Elaine Apostola, Emily 
Proulx, Kathy Holden, Mary Krasnov, Holly Thomas, Clare Morrill, Jean Tamborini. 4th Row: Sandra 
Billis, Maria Yanka, Stella Xanthakos, Debby Dune, Linda Caouette, Barbara Colognesi, Linda 
DiBonaventura-, Lisa DiGregorio, June Hopkins. Back: Sue Brunell, Winifred Hughes, Barbara Sellers, 
Annette Gauthier, Debbie Lacasse, Patty Gaumond, Sue Perron. 



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Choral Director Mr. Francis Convy shown rehearsing Linda Wielblad, 
Denise Brousseau and Maria Tortis. 




The Christmas Assembly found the Southbridge High School Band, Scarlet 
Troubadours, and Girls Chorus combining their talents for the 'enjoyment of 
all. 



Mr. Francis Convy 



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Majorettes 



The Majorettes were under the leadership of Drum Majorette Paula 
DiFederico and Captain Bonnie Benvenuti. They performed their 
intricate routines at all of the football games and rallies, and increased 
the fervor and interest of Pioneer sports fans. 



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Kneeling: Captain Bonnie Benvenuti, Drum Majorette Paula DiFederico. Standing: Susan DiFederico, 
Susan Howard, Anna Kiritsy, Dawn Smarelli, Christine Ciukaj, Ann Kosakowski, Nancy Zarzycki, Judy 
Daniels. 




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Pep Club 



Members of the Pep Club, along with the cheerleaders, helped to 
boost school spirit by cheering as a group at football and basketball 
games. The club was supervised by Mrs. Helen Emrich, and did an 
outstanding job boosting morale for S.H.S. athletes during the year. 




Front: Deborah Lacasse, Renita Paul, Lois McRoy, Gayle Salisbury, Sue D'Henin, Linda Thanas, 
Merilynne Johnson, Diane Bundeff, Lorna McRoy. 2nd Row: Mary Williams, Paulette Fournier, Martha 
Clarke, Deborah Gibeault, Elaine Apostola, Sandra Shanbaum, Gail Trahan, Linda Santelli, Joan 
Berthiaume, Sandra Allard. 3rd Row: Janet Lariviere, Joanne Trudeau, Cynthia Hill, Elaine Guyette, 
Barbara Bicki, Kathy Holden, Pat Tremblay, Sue Iozzo, Nancy Santullo, Sue Lippe. 4th Row: Gail 
Brown, Paulette DeRouin, Paulette Cote, Linda DiBonaventura, Pat Kowalewski, Lorraine Vandal, 
Sandra Maly, Bonnie Asselin, Cathy Morrill. 5th Row: Ann Kowalewski, June Benoit, Judy Carmel, 
Laurie Benoit, Carol Iozzo, Mary Tenczar, Holly Thomas, Meliana Diani, Sue Pickarski. 6th Row: Pat 
Roy, Sue Perron, Heidi Freeman, Sue Lavigne, Sue Hwalek, Jeanne Cote, Judy Champeau, Bemice 
Edmondson, Emily Proulx. 7th Row: Debbie Santelli, Paulette Collette, Diane Cote, Sandra Billis, Mary 
Ann Staffieri, Alice Culliton, Denise Arsenault, Jeanine Pontbriand, Jane Corriveau. 8th Row: Laura 
Brousseau, Linda Richard, Clare Morrill, Barbara Gubb, Stella Xanthakos, Mary DiMarco, Janet 
Brousseau, Lynne Vema, Ann Dubreuil. 9th Row: Beth Hirons, Debby Dune, Janice Liro, Maria Yanka, 
Ann Bouvier, Winifred Hughes, Sue Brunell, Donna Kopacz. Back: Sue Caplette, Melanie DuPaul, 
Debbie Hefner, Carolyn MacDonald, Linda Caouette, Kathy Nasse, Jean Tamborini, Mary Krasnov, Sue 
Gregoire. 




Varsity Cheerleaders 




Front: Co-Captains Penny Page, Margaret Colognesi. Back: Nancy Prymak, Patricia Earls, Patricia Roy, 
Martha Palmerino, Brenda Favreau, Anne Bousquet, Kathy Roy, Ellen Salva, Susan Davis, Gina Gentili. 




The Varsity Cheerleaders, 
responsible for boosting school and 
team spirit at all football and 
basketball games and rallies, were 
well able to do this by diligently 
practicing several afternoons per 
week. Their determination paid off 
in a well-drilled and effective unit. 
Mrs. Catherine Theodoss, guidance 
secretary, was their adviser. 



A practice session in the gymnasium. 



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Junior Varsity Cheerleaders 




Front: Judy Daniels, Maria Tortis, Jacquelyn Coderre. Back: Suzanne Poirier, Donna Hutchinson, Debra 
Magoon, Cindy McKinstry, Jill Normandin, Diane Salva. 



The Junior Varsity cheerleaders 
were responsible for promoting 
spirit at all junior varsity 
basketball games and at a few of 
the football rallies. They also aided 
the varsity cheerleaders in 
preparing the gym for the annual 
Thanksgiving Victory Dance. 




Contributing spirit to the Thanksgiving Rally. 




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S" Club 




Front: Armand Bachand, Eustah Staffleri, Charles Bellerose, Michael 
Bousquet, John Sacramone, Gary Lee, Gregory Panu. 2nd Row: Paul 
Fantaroni, Frank Franconeri, Mike Power, Mike Lee, Wayne 
MacDonald, Thomas Kosakowski, Brian Maska. 3rd Row: Chris 



Clarke, Bill Beck, Walter Hwalek, Bruce Innis, Don Barth, Ron 
Lesniewski. Back: Mark Butler, Steve Prymak, Peter Hughes, Mike 
Caouette, Glenn Davis, Kenny Madore. 




Mark Butler (53), Pete Hughes (11), and Tom Holden (35), three "S" 
Club members in action on the hardwood floor. 



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Southbridge High's "S" Club, under the 
direction of Mr. Marino, was considered a rather 
exclusive club in that it was composed of only 
those boys who earned letters in varsity sports. 

Left: Paul Fantaroni Right: Steve Prymak 



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Ski Club 




Front: R. Spielvogel, B. Spenard, G. Burl, R. Cabana, E. Lavoie, W. 
MacDonald, R. Roy. 2nd Row: K. Bastien, J. Benoit, J. Harwood, J. 
Urbanowsld, J. Courtemanche, L. Miller, J. Niejadlik. 3rd Row: P. 
Dion, M. Caouette, S. Howard, N. Zarzycki, B. Colognesi, B. Johnson, 



L. DiGregorio, G. Pingeton. 4th Row: T. Orzech, A. Goulet, H. 
Freeman, S. Perron, P. Roy, D. Lane, D. Caprera. Back: Advisor Mr. 
Bongiomo, S. Choinski, J. Kozlowsld, R. McGrath, R. Caprera, G. 
Polanik. 



Gym Club 



The Ski Club, advised by Mr. Robert Bongiorno, was 
a relatively new club at S.H.S., but pleased its members 
by making a few successful trips to the slopes. 




Front: Joyce Langlois, Susan Iozzo, Denise Borey, Diane Richer, 
Lenore Champeau, Debbie Rousseau. Middle: Mary Innis, Anne 
Bousquet, Margaret Colognesi. Gina Gentili, Joyce Griffith, Nancy 



Prymak, Jacquejyn Coderre, Debra Magoon. Back: Elaine Sullivan, 
Barbara Sellers, Nancy Denno, Jean Cote, Donna Hutchinson, Nancy 
Cygan, Charlene Griffith, Paula DiFederico, Advisor Mr. Emrich. 



The Gym Club, also relatively new, was under the 
supervision of Mrs. Helen Emrich and was composed of 
girls who wished to spend extra time on gym apparatus. 
By working out one afternoon each week, some girls 
were able to compete for physical fitness awards. 




The Spanish Club's candy sale was conducted by Susan D'Henin, James Latour, adviser Mr. 
Patrick Loconto, and Dennis French. 




Several French Club meetings were held during the year. Shown in attendance at one were standing: 
Virginia Bachand, Carol Rosienski, Renita Pauli Cynthia Paul, Gayle Arsenault, Elaine Apostola, and 
Debra Bouchard. Seated: Adviser Mrs. Rose Proulx. 



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Spanish Club 



Mr. Patrick Loconto's Spanish 
Club, a somewhat small group, 
increased its activities during the 
year. It held a candy sale to 
increase the organization's treasury 
and planned many newer events 
for the future. 




Front: Sandra Allard, Ann DiMarcq, Dennis French, Ann Kowalewski, Merilynne Johnson, Gayle 
Arsenault, Lona Petrelli, Linda Thanas. Back: Adviser Mr. Loconto, Joanne Bastien, Lucia 
Costanzi, Arthur Arpin, Mike Bicki, Virginia Bachand, Carol Rosienski, Susan D'Henin. 



French Club 



The French Club was composed 
of those members who wished to 
learn more about the culture of 
France. Guest speakers and films 
were used for entertainment and 
instruction at their meetings. Mrs. 
Claudette Tardif was the club's 
adviser. 





Front: Rita Rajchl, Judy Courtemanche, Susan Howard, Linda Santelli, Debra Bouchard, Dawn 
Smarelli, Janet O'Brien, Nancy Zarzycki, Diane Fontaine. 2nd Row: Kathy Peloquin, Mary Ann 
Staffleri, Deborah Santelli, Elaine Apostola, Barbara Bicki, Jill Normandin, Sandra Shanbaum. 
Sandra Billis, Christine Ciukaj. 3rd Row: Cynthia Paul, Janet Waldron, Mary Tenczar, Gay 
Hutchinson, Carol Iozzo, Bonnie Asselin, Susan Hwalek, Stella Xanthakos. Back: Renita Paul, 
Melanie DuPaul, Beth Hirons, Jacquelyn Coderre, Deborah Hefner, Judy Daniels, Susan 
DiFederico, Mary DiMarco. 



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Future Secretaries 




Front: Sandra Maly, Pat Kowalewski, Ruth Trahan, Barbara Nawrot, Maureen Gibeault, Yvette Belanger, 
Judy Arsenault, Diane Latino, Paulette Foumier. Back: Sue Lippe, Sue Lavigne, Judy Carmel, Joan 
Grzembski, Elaine Guyette, Deborah Gibeault, adviser Mrs. Morrill, Sonja Rajcnl. 




The Future Secretaries of 
America were introduced to 
the business world through 
speakers invited to attend 
their monthly meetings. The 
organization's members sold 
stationery during the year in 
order to raise funds for its 
many activities. 



Shown during one of their monthly meetings were: Ruth Trahan, Maureen Gibeault, Yvette Belanger, 
Sonja Rajchl and Nancy Walek, all officers in the Future Secretaries organization. 



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Future Teachers 




Front: Renita Paul, Cynthia Paul, Carol Iozzo, Linda Santelli, Carol Rosienski, Virginia Bachand. Gay 
Hutchinson, Sue DiFederico. 2nd Row: Mary Tenczar, Cathy Whitney, Barbara Bicki, Kathy Holden. 
Donna LeBreux, Pat LaRochelle, Sue Berard, Sandra Shanbaum. 3rd Row: Judy Champeau, Nancy 
Santullo, Debbie Santelli, Linda Noble, Sue Brunell, Stella Xanthakos, Mary DiMarco, Christine Ciukaj, 
Jacquelyn Coderre. Back: Elaine Apostola, Diane Bundeff, Mary Ann StafBeri, Dawn Smarelli, Nancy 
Zarzycki, Anna Kiritsy, Debby Dune, Debra Bouchard, Gayle Arsenault. 



The Future Teachers of 
America, one of the largest 
clubs in the school, was 
directed by Mrs. Rose Proulx. 
The group sponsored its 
annual calendar towel sale, 
and again took part in a 
Student Practice-Teacher 
program. 





We need 

THE 
Te ^HEr s , 

SCN0UR5HIP FUNB 

11.25 




Instrumental in a successful towel sale were these five Future Teachers: Carol Iozzo, Linda Santelli, Mary 
Tenczar, Sue Berard, and Carol Pettinelli. 



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The Scythe 







Front: Ann Kowalewski, Sandra Shanbaum, Nicholas Apostola, 
William Freeland, John Moore, Carol Bachand, James McKenna. 
Middle: Gail Trahan, Caroline Favre. Back: Maria Wood, Bita Bajchl, 



Nancy Ams, George Lovely, Arthur Arpin, Michael Bicki, Elaine 
Apostola, Adviser TMr. Vernon Pero, Merilynne Johnson, Debra 
Bouchard. 




Two of the more productive "Scythe" workers shown above were Elaine Bouvier and 
Caroline Favre. 



The Scythe news magazine, under the guidance of Mr. Vernon Pero 
and editor Nicholas Apostola, was responsible for keeping our students 
abreast of monthly developments at S.H.S. The entire staff did a fine job 
in producing interesting and provoking articles in each issue, and with 
continued experience, the quality of the magazine showed great 
improvement. 



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Chemistry Club 




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Front: Marcel Caouette, Kathy Roy, Martha Michon, Thomas Leduc, 
Wayne MacDonald, Joseph Urbanowski, John Harwood, Richard Roy. 
Middle: Deborah Curboy, Frank Franconeri, Alan Beaudry, Robert 
Spielvogel, Lois Vairo, Patricia LaRochelle, Gail Ciprari, Jane 



Niejadlilc, Sandra Shambaum. Back: Michael Utakis, Edward 
Lemanski, Tames Latour, Brent Abrahamson, William Freeland, Bruce 
Plouffe, Gail Pingeton, Adviser Mr. Richard Moore. 




Biology Club 




Sharon Fontaine, Lona Petrelli, Sue Lavigne, Mary Williams, Renita Ann Kowalewski, 

Paul, Maria Wood, Debra Bouchard, Cynthia Paul, Eugene Gregoire, Charette. 



Paulette Foumier, Deborah Gibeault, Marc 



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Drama Club 




Front: Maria Wood, Debra Bouchard, Joyce Langlois, Winifred 
Hughes, Michelle Jewell, Paul Krasnov, Deborah Curboy, Martha 



Michon. Back: Dennis Perry, Gayle Arsenault, Carol Bachand, 
John Moore, Renita Paul, Deborah Lacasse, Roland Hudon. 




The Drama Club, composed of 
students devoted to theatrical 
pursuits, sponsored the all-school 
play directed by Mr. Dennis 
McManis. 



The purpose of the Future 
Nurses organization, to introduce 
students to the basic fundamentals 
of nursing, was promoted through 
films, speakers, and occasional 
visits to local hospitals. 



Future Nurses 




Front: Joan Grzembski, Lucia Costanzi, Beverly Berthiaume, 
Leslie LeBlanc, Marsha Szydlik, Ann DiMarco, Sharon Fontaine, 
Susan D'Henin. 2nd Row: Sally Banks, Joyce Griffith, Martha 
Clarke, Susan Howard, Judy Courtemanche, Gail Salisbury, Bonnie 
Asselin, Bonnie Benvenuti. Winifred Hughes. 3rd Row: Rosa 



Kvasnyik, Lauria Lavallee, Gail Pingeton, Arlene Ostrokolowicz, 
Diane Wayne, Holly Thomas, Joanne Bastien. Back: Elizabeth 
Dembowsld, Charlene Griffith, Diane Fontaine, Karen Williams, 
Sandra Pappas, Lona Petrelli. 



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Debating Club 



The Debating Club, founded last year by Mr. Jeffrey 
Leeds, encountered many organizing difficulties in its 
second year. However, under the able direction of Mr. 
Dennis McManis, future prospects seemed brighter. 




Arthur Arpin, George Lovely, Wayne MacDonald, David Caprera. 



The Math Team also assumed new leadership this 
year when Mr. Robert Hardy became its coach. 
Under his fine tutelage the team, composed of 
students who enjoy mathematical challenges, did 
exceptionally well in the Southern Worcester County 
Math League. 



Math Team 




Front: Mary Innis, Ann Kosakowski, Janice Liro, Sue Howard, Nancy Zarzycki. Middle: David Benjamin, 
Thomas Kosakowski, John Waskiewicz. Joan Waldron. Back: Mr. Hardy, Wayne MacDonald, William 
Trifone, Mr. Larson. 



Labrarians 




Front: Sandra Shanbaum, Jane Niejadlik, Carol Pettinelli, Debra Bouchard, Gayle Arsenault. Back: 
Patricia LaRochelle, Robert Spielvogel, Lois Vairo, Deborah Boniface, John Harwood. 




Front: Gail Stanhope, Lona Petrelli, Nancy Hibbard, Elaine Apostola, 
Cathy Morrill, Kathy Fontaine, Karen Williams, Nancy Domijan, 
Winifred Hughes, Mrs. Grebb. Back: Charlene Griffith, Diane 



Fontaine, Sandra Pappas, Pat Gaumond, Paulette Fournier, Elaine 
Laliberte. 



Librarians 





Front: Susan Berard, Virginia Bachand, Deborah Asselin, Deborah 
Boniface, Carol Pettinelli, Rita Rajchl, Carol Rosienski, Susan Collette, 
Michael Gendreau. 2nd Row: Ellen Welch, Rachel Gauthier, Bonnie 
Benvenuti, Teresa DiGregorio, Penny Page, Christopher Clarke, Peter 
Hughes. 3rd Row: Ruth Trahan, Ramona Pollone, Debra Bouchard, 



Gayle Arsenault, Patricia LaRochelle, Mary Mason, Lois Vairo, Paul 
Krasnov. 4th Row: Paula Difederico, Dorothy Billis, Ann DiMarco, 
Leslie LeBlanc, Pamela Gray, Gina Gentili, Kathleen Splaine, Carol 
Bachand. Back: Yvette Belanger, Patricia Fogwill, Maureen Gibeault, 
Marsha Szydlik. 




Prom Committee 



Concessions 




Front: Michael Gendreau, Susan Collette, Martha Michon, Paul Krasnov, Marsha Szydlik, Carol 
Pettinelli, Lois Vairo. Back: Ramona Pollone, Ellen Welch, Deborah Boniface, Thomas Leduc, Ann 
DiMarco, Louise Ryan. 







acultv Members — 




FACULTY 



Principal 




Mr. Edward J. Desroches 



Serving The Best Interests Of The School 



134 



School Committee 




Mr. Raymond Brodeur, Mr. Lorenzo Beaupre, Mr. Albert Langevin, Mr. Victor Peloquin, Mr. Thomas 
Quinn, Mr. Frederick Morin, Superintendent Mr. Charles Beattie, and Chairman Mr. Mario DeAngelis. 



And The Community 




135 



Mr. Charles Beattie 
Superintendent Of Schools 



Filling The Needs 

Of Others 

With Invaluable Services 



Mr. David Boudreau, Guidance Director 

Mr. C. Joseph Montigny, Assistant Principal 

Mrs. Nora Adams, Secretary to Principal 

Mrs. Mary Clarke, Office Secretary 

Mrs. Catherine Theodoss, Guidance Secretary 

Opposite Page: Mrs. Melia LeBoeuf, Guidance Counselor 
Mrs. Alice Nichols and Miss Elsie Hofstra, Vocational Division Secretaries 

Mrs. Virginia Page, School Nurse 

Mr. Frank Skinyon, Vocational Division Director 

Mrs. Edith Freeman, Cafeteria Supervisor 




136 





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137 



Sharing Knowledge In The Library . . . 
The Lab . . . The Classroom 




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138 



Opposite Page: Mr. Peter Teguis, Mathematics 

Mrs. Jean Grebb, Librarian 

Mr. Michael Campaniello, Related Electric 

Mr. Vernon Pero, English 

Mrs. Rose Proulx, Foreign Languages Department Head 

Miss Ann O'Connell, English 

Mr. Frederick Schultz, English 





139 



Teaching Of Music And Metal . . . Painting 
And Poets . . . Soccer And Socrates 




141 




Mr. Paul Sturgis, Science 

Miss Diane Morrill, Substitute 

Mr. Patrick Loconto, Foreign Languages 

Mrs. Evelyn-Mae Cross, Business Department Head 

Opposite Page: Mr. Francis Convy, Choral Director 

Teacher's Room 

Mr. Edwin Wasloewicz and Mr. William Paul, Machine 

Mr. Jeffrey Larson, Mathematics 



142 



Spirit . . . Action ... A Touch Of Wit . . . 
This Too Is Learning 




143 









Mr. Donald Marino, Physical Education 
Mr. Dennis McManis, Public Speaking 
Mr. Paul Bergeron, Mathematics and Science 
Mrs. Marie LaBoissiere, Foreign Languages 

Opposite Page: Mr. William Welch, Business 
Miss Carol Peterson, Foreign Languages 
Mr. Arthur Metras, Drafting 




144 



Learning To Use Hands And Minds . . 
Gathering Knowledge From All Sources 




145 





Mrs. Claudette Tardif, Foreign Languages 

Mrs. Geraldine Morrill, Business 

Mr. Roland Varin, Social Studies 

Mr. Charles Latino, English 

Opposite Page: Classroom 

Mrs. Elizabeth LeClair, Business 

Mr. Robert Hardy, Mathematics Department Head 

Mr. P. Eugene Talbot, Science Department Head 




146 



Observing . . . Explaining . . 
The Ingredients Of Teaching 



Arousing Interest ... 




147 





Understanding The Abstract . . . 
Appreciating The Concrete 



148 



Opposite Page: Mr. William Nickerson, Woodworking 
Mr. Walter Glondek, Related Machine 
Mr. John Flannery, Science 
Classroom 

Mr. Raymond Comeau, Remedial Reading 
Mr.Edmund Guerard, English Department Head 
Mrs. Yvonne Dumas, Cafeteria Worker and 
Mr. Elzear Cormier, Dav Custodian 
Classroom 




149 




150 



Developing Skills . . . Sharing Ideas 
. . . Teaching How To Think 




Opposite Page: Mr. Rober Giroux, Social Studies 

Mr. David Knight, Cabinet 

Mr. Joseph Cimoch, Related Cabinet 

Miss Beverly Poliks, English 

Mr. Francis Flanagan, Audio- Visual-Aids 

Mr. N. Richard Leduc, Mathematics 

Mrs. Barbara Kyrios, Homemaking 

Mr. Donald Bernard, Related Metalsmith 





151 




152 




A Teacher 
Can Never Tell 
Where His 
Influence Stops 



Opposite Page: Mr. Richard Moore, Science 

Mr. Lucien Manchuk, Electric 

Mr. James Forkey, Social Studies Department Head 

Dr. Henry Chevalier, Academic and Pilot 
Miss Lillian Miskavich, Foreign Languages 



153 



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PATRONS 




World Headquarters and Main Plant of American Optical Corporation 
Southbridge, Massachusetts 



XB^kOt 




TO THE~ GRADUATING CLASS 



Your big day has finally arrived . . . 

For many of you, there's still college ahead. Others have probably 
made plans to go into service or start out on a new job shortly. 
Whatever your plans for the future may be, your education will 
serve you well. 

All of us at American Optical Corporation extend our heartiest con- 
gratulations upon your graduation and wish you good luck and 
Godspeed. 

WD AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION 

PRODUCTS THAT EXTEND AND PROTECT MAN'S PHYSICAL SENSES 



156 



Compliments of: 

BONIFACE TOOL & 
DIE, INC. 

Southbridge, Mass. 



Compliments of 

NICHOLS COLLEGE 

of 
Business Administration 

Dudley, Mass. 



Compliments of 

S and M MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

Plastic Molders 
Southbridge, Mass. 



AMERICAN MOTOR LODGE 

Pool— Banquet Rooms— Food 

AMERICAN BOWLING LANES 

SKARANI BROS. 



157 



Congratulations Class of "69" 
Compliments of 

ROGART BUILDERS, INC. 

37 Hook Street 

Owners: Arthem Archambeault 

Roger A. Archambeault 



Compliments of: 



LANGEVIN JEWELERS 



Lorraine Langevin 
Albert L. Langevin 



Compliments of: 



DENISON WIRE CLOTH 
CO. 



SOUTHBRIDGE 
TRUCKING CO., INC. 

Moving — Packing — Rigging — 

Heavy Hauling 

Southbridge Webster 

875 Main St. 64 Deslauriers Ave. 

765-5005 943-3366 



North St. 
Southbridge, Mass. 



Compliments of: 

SOUTHBRIDGE SHEET 
METAL WORKS 

76 Mill Street 
Southbridge, Massachusetts 





A & M TOOL & 
DIE CO., INC. 

Mill St. Southbridge, Mass. 01550 
Tel. Area Code 617 764-3241 



Compliments of: 

CENTRE PHARMACY, INC. 

319 Main St. Southbridge, Mass. 

Your REXALL Store 

Chas. E. Peloquin, Reg. Ph. 


OUR BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 

1969 

SOUTHBRIDGE LUMBER 

& SUPPLY 

Company 

Southbridge, Massachusetts 


MARTEL CLEANERS 

142 Hamilton St. 
Southbridge, Mass. 


Compliments of: 

HIPPODROME LANES 

121 Ashland Ave. 

Southbridge, Mass. 

764-8926 


Compliments of: 

R. ROBBINS & CO. 

"The Family store since 
1910" 


GAY'S JEWELRY STORE 

265 Main Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 

Theodore Michaels, Prop. 
Southbridge, Mass. 


MEDICAL CENTRE PHARMACY 

'■ Elm Centre 

Southbridge, Mass. 
"In Sickness and in Health" 


CENTRAL ESSO STATION 

Prop. J. Armartd Trembly 

Tel. 764-8962 

Cor. Central & Hook Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 



160 



DAVID LENTI 

Shoes — Clothing 

11 Elm St. 
Southbridge, Mass. 





Compliments of: 

McKINSTRY ICE CO., INC. 

6 Dupaul Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



— Best Wishes — 

STURBRIDGE YANKEE 
WORKSHOP 

For Early American Furniture 

and Gifts 

Sturbridge, Mass. 





ELM MARKET 

177 Elm Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



161 



Wudley yfall BUSINESS COLLEGE 

Accounting, Business Administration, and Secretarial Schools 



Modern Buildings 

and 

Equipment 




Small Classes 

Expert 

Instruction 



Day — Evening — Summer Classes 
One and Two-year Courses, Also separate subjects, incl. 

IBM Key Punch 

DUDLEY HALL 

"The Modern School of Modern Business" 

Dial 943-7113 

258-260 West Main Street, Dudley, Massachusetts 01570 



Best Wishes to Class of 1969 

BURNHAM INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 

Southbridge, Mass. 

J. N. Burnham 

R. B. Muenzberg 

J. E. Taylor 



SOUTHBRIDGE 

CO-OPERATIVE 

BANK 



15 Elm Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 

Systematic Savings Accounts 

Regular Savings Accounts 

Pa id- Up Shares 



163 



Compliments of: 

TETREAULT-PERVIER 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

22 (3oddard St. 

Southbridge, Mass. 

764-4307 


OVIDE'S RESTAURANT 
and MOTEL 

Rt. 15 - Sturbridge 
347-9400 


BUTLER'S FLOWER SHOP 

10 Elm Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 


DESA PAINT CO. 

Grumbacher Art Supplies 

52 Central St. 

Southbridge, Mass. 


DAMIAN'S 

! Your RCA 

T.V., Radio, Stereo 
Dealer 


Compliments of: 

DONUT CHATEAU 

59 Central Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 


Compliments of: 

LUCY'S LAUNDRY MISS 

236 Mechanic Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 


Our Best Wishess to 
the Class of 1969 

CENTRAL PIZZA 

57 Central Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



164 



THE UNIVERSAL TAG CO. 



Sturbridge Road 



Sturbridge, Mass. 



Congratulations To The Class of 1969 

SOUTHBRIDGE ROOFING 
COMPANY, INC. 



Established 1881 

Roofing and Metal Work 

Of All Descriptions 



165 



EDWARD J. CULLEN 



Josten's 

79 Perkins Street 

Tel. REpublic 4-7848 

Springfield , Mass. 




SOUTHBRIDGE 
CREDIT UNION 



Main and Elm Street 
Savings — Loans 



166 



Compliments of: 

A & W SHEET METAL CO., INC. 

126 Ashland Avenue 
Southbridge, Massachusetts 


J. J. DELEHANTY & CO. 

858 Main Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 

Home Furnishings Since 1875 
Terms Arranged 764-6042 


PAQUETTE STATIONERY CO. 

338 Main Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 

school supplies greeting cards 

portable typewriters 

fountain pens 


VIC'S SPA 


Best Wishes: 

LEPAIN'S PHARMACY 

286 Hamilton Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 


DANI & SOLDANI, INC. 


Compliments Of 

G. GREGOIRE & SONS 

15 Hamilton St. 
Southbridge, Mass. 


CLEMENCE LUMBER 
CORP. 

Dealers in Lumber — Doors 

Sash Moldings — Roofings; etc. 

248 Elrri St., Cor. Kveretl 

Southbridgo, Muss. 

Dial: 7G4-S850 



167 




Compliments of: 

STEVEN'S AUTOMATIC 
SALES INC. 








HYDE MFG. COMPANY 

54 Eastford Road 



168 




Compliments of: 

MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC CO. 

Southbridge, Mass. 



Compliments of: 

RUSSELL HARRINGTON CUTLERY, INC. 



Best Wishes 



WAITE HARDWARE CO. 



282 Main St. Southbridge, Mass. 



TRI COMMUNITY TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS 



Thunderbird \\A7« Galaxie 

Fairlane \\#^ m Falcon 

Mustang \j5eb2# Torino 

Lincoln Continental Cougar 

Mercury Authorized Sales & Service Marquis 

Montego Ford Trucks 

HERITAGE MOTORS, INC. 

Worcester Road 764-3255 



169 



SALTER SECRETARIAL 
SCHOOL 

Professional career training for 
young women through one- and two- 
year programs. 
. . . Executive, Legal, and Medical Secretarial 
. . . Fashion Merchandising . . '. Lifetime placement 
. . . Stenographic . . . Residence facilities 

Courses "Exclusively Ours" 
SPEED WRITING Shorthand - 
PAR Reading Program 
NANCY TAYLOR Finishing 
DAY • EVENING • SUMMER DIVISIONS 
45 Cedar St. 
Worcester, Mass. 01609 
Tel. 753-4786 
Catalog on request Nationally Accredited 




Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1969 



KcunpuA Kcruwx 

Distinctive Fashions for Men and Women 
Big Bunny Shopper* Plaza 
926 Main Street 
SOUTHBRIDOE. MASS. 



Compliments of: 

THE PUBLICK HOUSE 




170 



Best Wishes From— 




THE UNITED LENS CO., INC. 



Worcester Street, South bridge 



171 



Congratulations to the Class of 1969 

WILLIAM H. DIGREGORIO 
INSURANCE AGENCY 



36 Hamilton St. 




UNIVERSAL RLANK CO., INC 



79 North Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



172 



Compliments of: 

TASSE INC. 
TASSE FUEL CORP. 



E. J. MARTIN & COMPANY 

P. O. Box 333, Southbridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 

Phone 764-4567 
Cable: Marco 

Specializing in Imports of Distinctive Floor Coverings 



BOUSQUETS AUTO 
PARTS, INC. 

Southbridge, Mass. 
Dudley, Mass. 
Putnam, Mass. 




Best Wishes from 



BIG BUNNY MARKET 



173 



SOUTHBRIDGE SAVINGS 

BANK 



South bridge, Mass. 





Incorporated 1848 



Assets Over $30,000,000 



174 



Best Wishes 

ALLAN'S HAIRSTYLING SALON 

39 Elm Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 


'.•' ''■■ ''■' . : ' : i 

: ' ' ':.' .a' 1 ! i; '/v/v 

( Compliments of: 

ARMAND'S SODA OUTLET 

Where you get more ol the 

best for less • - v ; 


Compliments ol. 

PINO'S RESTAURANT 

104 Mechanic St. 
Southbridge. Mass. 


GAY TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 

Southbridge 
Gabriel J. Vespucci 
Helen R. Vespucci 


Compliments of: 

TRAHAN BROS., INC. 

MASON'S SUPPLIES 

570 South Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 


( Compliments ol: 

ERNEST and RAYMOND L1PPE 


( Compliments of: 

PARK LANE MOTORS 

15 IT (.oddard Si. 
Southbridge Mass. 


Best Wishes 

to 

the class of 1969 

from 

BARBARAS BEAUTY SALON 

Southbridge 



175 



ROMS RESTAURANT 

Route 131 
Sturbridge, Mass. 




KOCHANEK 
FURNITURE STORE 

Corner Central and Hook St. 
Southbridge, Mass. 



,^'e^ 




Best Wishes Class of 1969 

SOUTHBRIDGE SCRAP 

IRON AND METAL 

CO., INC. 

& 

L & P DISTRIBUTORS 

39 Moon St. 





EDWARDS 

Southbridge Gift 

Headquarters 

for 124 years 

Your Department Store 

Since 1844 

Dial 
764-3238 



176 



DRESSER HILL FARM 
and ICE CREAM BAR 

Charlton, Mass. 


IDEAL DRIVING 
SCHOOL 

335 Main Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 
over Metro Bros. 

Courteous and Efficient 

Instructors 

Al Petrelli, proprietor 

Learn to drive the "Ideal" way 


It pays to look well with 
a hair-cut from Joe Marino's 

CENTER BARBER SHOP Q 

39 Elm Street v **' 
Two barbers £ . 

No waiting f a, 

Joe Marino Jack Tryba 


Compliments of: 

MADORE 

CONSTRUCTION CO., 

INC. 

General Contractors 
Southbridge, Mass. 


i. 

Compliments of: 

LAROCHELLE ELECTRIC CO. 

651 Worcester St. 
Southbridge, Mass. 


Compliments of: 

THE DUDLEY GIFT SHOP 

Southbridge Road, Dudley 
Prop. Byron Ziegler 



177 



ELM VARIETY 

Elm Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 

Props. Richard and Jeanette Cote 



Compliments of: 

PERRON, INC. 



RICH'S 




SERVICE 

Richard F. Pollone 

REPAIRS 
Batteries & Accessories 



TUNE-UPS 

Tires 

S & H GREEN STAMPS 
115 Hamilton Street Southbridge 



Compliments of: 

McGRATH RADIO & 
APPLIANCE CO. 

SALES & SERVICE 

33 Crystal Street 

Tel. 764-7496 

Charles T. Parham — Owner 



BOB'S CYCLE SALES 

HONDAS 

401 E. Main Street 
Tel. 764-4643 



LOUIS 

Home of Famous 
Names in Fashions 

31 Hamilton St. 
Southbridge, Mass. 



UooAri#4 



Main St. 

Southbridge, Mass. 

Clothes 

for 

Men — Women — Boys 



Congratulations Class of '69 

WESO RADIO 

970 AM 100.1 FM STEREO 

Local news, Sports, Weather, and 

Quality Music 



178 





THE HARTWELL 
PHARMACY 

Since 1827 

Robert S. Howe, R. Ph., Prop. 

296 Main Street 



Compliments of: 

BILL SWIACKI 

REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 

Southbridge, Mass. 

22 Main Street 

764-4391 



BOUVIER INSURANCE & 
REAL ESTATE 





Southbridge, Mass. 



WHITFORD PHARMACY 

Laurier G. Bastien Reg. Pharm. 

Corner of Main and 

Hamilton Streets 

Southbridge, Mass. 

Dial 764-7401 



179 



Compliments of: 

TRI-CITY FABRICS 

E. Main St. 

Southb ridge 

764-4113 




764-7527 



OOD'S 
HOME DECORATING 
CENTER 

Sixty two Central Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 
Pauline & Arthur J. Atwood, Jr. 
Decorators 

Res. 347-3513 



Color Consultants 



Best Wishes to the Class of '69 
from 



— a-i- Jm — ~— 



-^rntoinette C-o 



oiffeurs 



Shopper's Plaza 

934 Main Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 

Phone 765-5114 



Eastern and Western lumber of 

all kinds — Building materials 

and supplies. 

990 North Woodstock Road 

Southbridge, Mass. 

Dial 764-8378 




Route 131 



FRONTIER 
RESTAURANT 

Breakfast — Lunch — Dinner 
Take-out Service 
Phone 347-8351 



Sturbridge 



Best of Luck 
Class of 1969 

LIKE-NU CLEANERS, INC. 




METRO BROS. LUNCHEONETTE 

335 Main Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



WOOLWORTH'S 



180 



Compliments of: 

THE CARRIAGE HOUSE 



347-9000 



BEN BOUSQUET 
REALTOR 



Real Estate 
246 Main Street 



Tel 765-5411 



Insurance 
Southbridge 



THE STURBRIDGE HOUSE 

Routes 20 - 131 

Sturbridge, Massachusetts 

Fine Family Dining 




Compliments of: 

BERMER TOOL & DIE, INC. 

Golf Street - P. O. Box 159 
Southbridge, Mass. 



181 




EDUCATION MAKES A PEOPLE EASY TO LEAD, BUT DIFFICULT TO 
DRIVE; EASY TO GOVERN, BUT IMPOSSIBLE TO ENSLAVE." 



SOUTHBRIDGE LODGE 
NO. 1864 

Benevolent & Protective Order of 

ELKS 



MORIN STUDIOS 

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Index 



Abrahamson, Brent 56, 127 

Adams, Nora 136 

Addington, Eugene 64 

Allard, Sandra 56,117,123 

Anctil, Robert 21 

Anderson, Kenneth 56 

Anderson, Robert 60 

Anderson, Robert H. 60,94 

Apostola, Elaine 64,130,102,117,114, 

122,123,125,126 
Apostola, Nicholas 21,87,112,114,126 
Arel, Beverly 60 
Arns, Nancy 56, 126 
Aronoff, Herbert 141 
Arpin, Arthur 60,86, 123, 126, 129 
Arpin, Raymond 64 
Arsenault, Denise 64,117 
Arsenault, Gayle 21,87,130,131,111, 

112,122,127,125,128 
Arsenault, Joseph 60 
Arsenault, Juanita 64 
Arsenault, Judy 21, 124 
Asselin, Bonnie 64, 1 17, 123, 128 
Asselin, Deborah 21,87, 1 12, 131 
Aucoin, Jane 76 
Aucoin, Normand 64 
Avery, Louise 21,77 
Babis, John 22 

Bachand, Armand 22,94, 106, 107, 120 
Bachand, Carol 22,73,86,89,131,111, 

114,126,128 
Bachand, David 56 
Bachand, James 60 
Bachand, Ronald 56 
Bachand, Virginia 22,91,131,111,112, 

122,123,125 
Baillargeon, Lynn 56 
Banks, Sally 64, 1 14, 128 
Barnard, Jay 60 
Barth, Donald 22,94,95,96,97,98,104, 

105, 120 
Bastien, Joanne 60, 123, 128 
Bastien, Kevin 60,121 
Bastien, Mark 94 
Bastien, Nancy 56 
Bastien, Norman 60 
Battista, Kathy 103 
Beattie, Charles 135 
Beattie, Charles A. 60 
Beaupre, Lorenzo 135 
Beaudreau, David 56 
Beaudry, Alan 56,105,127 
Beaudry, Anna 64 
Beausoleil, Gloria 64 
Beck, Patricia 56,113 
Beck, William 56,106,107,120 
Be longer, Robert 60 
Belanger, Yvette 22,131,110,111,124 
Bellerive, Laurie 60 
Bellerive, Richard 23 
Bellerose, Charles 23,91,97, 120 
Benjamin, David 56,129 
Benoit, Alexis 56 
Benoit, Diane 23 
Benoit, Donna 60 
Benoit, Frances 56 
Benoit, John 23, 121 
Benoit, June 64, 1 17 
Benoit, Katherine 64 
Benoit, Laurie 23,117 
Benoit, Lawrence 60 
Benoit, Susan 64 
Benvenuti, Bonnie 23, 131 , 1 16 
Berard, Susan 24,87,131,111,112,125 
Bergeron, Michael 24,77,88 
Bergeron, Paul 144 
Bernard, Donald 151,98 
Bernard, Jeanne 56 
Bernier, David 64 
Berry, Michael 60 
Berthiaume, Beverly 56, 128 



Berthiaume, Diane 64 

Berthiaume, Joan 60, 114, 1 17 

Berthiaume, John 60 

Besse, Marcel 94,97 

Besse, Noela 56 

Bicki, Barbara 64,102, 117, 123,125 

Bicki, Michdel 24,123,126 

Bi I lis, Dorothy 24,111,112,131 

Bi I lis, Sandra 64,114,117,123 

Birtz, Claire 141 

Blackmer, Barbara 60 

Blanchette, Robert 64 

Boisvert, Bruce 48 

Boisvert, Roger 56 

Bongiorno, Robert 64, 121, 141 

BoniFace, Deborah 24,72,87,111,112, 

130,131 
Bonnette, Paul 77 
Borey, Denise 64,121 
Bouchard, Debra 24, 1 1 1, 1 12, 122, 123, 

125,126,127,128,130,131 
Bouchard, Gary 25 
Bouchard, Michael 64 
Bouchard, Richard 64 
Boucher, Dennis 25 
Boucher, Raymond 64 
Boudreau, David 136 
Bourdelais, Deborah 25, 103 
Bousquet, Anne 60,113,114, 118,121 
Bousquet, Denise 56,113 
Bousquet, Michael 20,94,96,97,98,99,120 
Bouvier, Ann 64, 117 
Bouvier, Elaine 56, 126 
Boyle, JeFFrey 64, 100, 101 
Boyle, John 105 
Brodeur, Raymond 64, 135 
Brodeur, Stephen 25 
Broughton, Robert 56 
Brousseau, Denise 57, 1 13, 1 15 
Brousseau, Janet 117 
Brousseau, Laura 60, 117 
Brousseau, Richard 57 
Brousseau, William 25, 1 1 1, 1 12 
Brown, Gail 60,117 
Brown, Martha 25, 1 1 1 
Brunell, Donald 60 
Brunell, Edward 56 
Brunell, Laurent 56 
Brunell, Susan 64,114,117,125 
Buckley, Kevin 57 
BundeFF, Diane 64,117,125 
Burda, Jennie 26 
Burl, Gerald 64,107,121 
Burzycki, Donna 26 
Butler, Mark 26,94,95,97,98,99,104, 

105, 120 
Cabana, Richard 26, 121 
Campaniello, Mike 139 
Caouette, Brian 60 
Caouette, Linda 60, 1 13, 1 14, 1 17 
Caouette, Lydia 26,77 
Caouette, Marcel 26,77,127 
Caouette, Michel 20,94,97,120,121 
Capistrand, Mary 64, 1 14 
Caplette, Suzanne 60, 1 14, 1 17 
Caprera, David 61,129,121 
Caprera, Robert 64, 121 
Carmel, Judith 61,117,124 
Carpentier, Kim 56,98, 100, 105, 1 13 
Carpentier, Laurier 76 
Carpentier, Luke 64 
Carpentier, Mark 64 
Chamberland, Nancy 64 
Champeau, Judith 61, 1 17, 125 
Champeau, Lenore 64, 102, 121 
Charette, Marc 127 
Chasse, Mark 64,101 
Chenier, Michelle 27 
Chevalier, Henry 153 
Choinski, Stanley 61 , 121 
Choquet, Michael 61 



Chouinard, Elaine 64 

Christo, Kevin 64 

Cieri, Cheryl 57 

Cierpich, Charles 64 

Cimoch, Joseph 151 

Ciprari, Cheryl 76 

Ciprari, Gail 57,127 

Ciukai, Christine 61,114,116,123,125 

Ciuka[, Richard 61 

Clark, Clifford 64 

Clarke, Christopher 27,87,98, 106, 111, 

112,113,120,131 
Clarke, Martha 61, 128 
Clarke, Mary 117,136 
Clinton, Howard 61 
Cloutier, Cheryl 61 
Coderre, Jacquelyn 61, 102, 103, 1 14, 

119,121,123,125 
Collette, Jacqueline 61 
Collette, Paulette 64,117 
Collette, Susan 27,131 
Colognesi, Barbara 64, 1 14, 121 
Colognesi, Margaret 27, 1 14, 1 18, 121 
Comeau, Raymond 149 
Comtois, Marc 64 
Comtois, Susan 57 
Constantine, Charles 27 
Convy, Francis 142,114,115 
Cook, Lawrence 64 
Cooper, Ronald 61 
Corbitt, David 64 
Cormier, Elzear 149 
Corriveau, David 57 
Corriveau, Deborah 65 
Corriveau, Dolores 61 
Corriveau, George, Jr. 27 
Corriveau, Jane 65, 117 
Costa, Michael 65, 100, 101 
Costanzi, Marc 61, 100, 105 
Costanzi, Lucia 28, 123,128 
Cote, Diane 65,117 
Cote, Jeanne 61,117,121 
Cote, Paulette 61,117 
Cournoyer, Charles 61 
Cournoyer, Michael 57 
Cournoyer, Michael P. 61 
Cournoyer, Paul 59 
Cournoyer, Ronald 65 
Courtemache, Judy 123,128 
Courtemanche, Paul 61,121 
Couture, Judith 65 
Cross, Evelyn -Mae 142 
Culliton, Alice 61,102,117 
Curboy, Deborah 28,87, 1 14, 127, 128 
Cygan, Dennis 65 
Cygan, Nancy 65, 121 
Cyr, David 65 
Cyr, Michael 28 
Czyzewski, Deborah 28 
D'Allessandro, Carol 65 
Dame, Paul 48 
D'Angelo, Kenneth 65 
Daniels, Judith 61,1 13, 1 14, 1 16, 1 19, 

123 
Dargie, Michael 65 
Dashnaw, Linda 65 
Davis, Glenn 57,98,99,120 
Davis, Susan 28, 118 
DeAngelis, Gary 65 
DeAngelis, Mario 135 
Decataldi, Pia 57,113 
Delage, Suzanne 57 
Dembowski, Elizabeth 65, 128 
Dembowski, John 65 
Demers, David 65 
Denno, Nancy 61,121 
DeRouin, Paulette 65,117 
D'Henin, Susan 57,77, 1 14, 1 17, 121, 

123, 128 
Diani, Meliana 65, 1 17 
DiBonaventura, Dennis 28 



Index 



DiBonavenfura, Linda 65, 1 14, 1 17 

DiFederico, Albert 61 

DiFederico, Paula 29,87,111,112,116, 

121,131 
DiFederico, Susan 61, 1 16, 123, 125 
DiGregorio, Lisa 65, 1 14, 121 
DiGregorio, Richard 65 
DiGregorio, Teresa 29, 131 
Dillon, Susan 29 

DiMarco, Ann 29,111,123,128,131 
DiMarco, Mary 61, 1 14, 1 17, 123, 125 
Dion, Kenneth 57,94 
Dion, Paul 61,121 
Dobson, John 57 
Domijan, Nancy 65, 130 
Donais, Nancy 65, 114 
Druckenbrod, Larry 61 ,94,97, 100 
Dubreuil, Ann 61,114,117 
Duhamel, Bruce 65 
Duhamel, Bruce L. 57 
Duhamel, Mark 29,73,87 
Dumas, Yvonne 149 
Dune, Debra 61,114,117,125 
Dunleavy, Kathleen 57, 1 13 
DuPaul, Melanie 61,114,117,123 
Dupuis, Jacqueline 57 
Dupuis, Roger 65 
Du roc her, John 29 
Earls, Patricia 61,118 
Earnest, Corey 65 
Earnest, Gloria 65 
Earnest, Scott 61 
Edmondson, Bernice 61, 102, 1 17 
Elias, Kenneth 30 
Elkins, Donald 61 
Emrich, Helen 141,117,121 
Fantaroni, Paul 30,94,96, 120 
Favre, Caroline 59, 103, 1 13, 126 
Favreau, Brenda 30, 118 
Favreau, Michael 76 
Favreau, Valerie 57,89 
Fitts, Geralyn 30 
Flanagan, Francis 151 
Flannery, John 149 
Fogwi 1 1 , Patricia 30, 13 1 , 1 10, 1 1 1 , 1 12 
Foley, William 61 
Fontaine, Brian 30 
Fontaine, Charles 65 
Fontai ne, Diane 65, 130, 1 14, 123, 128 
Fontaine, Jane 65 
Fontaine, Katherine 65, 130 
Fontaine, Sharon 61, 127, 128 
Ford, Deborah 57 
Ford, Douglas 61, 1 14 
Forkey, James 153 
Fournier, Diane 31,77 
Fournier, James 61 
Fournier, Paul 31 

Fournier, Paulette 61,130,117,124,127 
Fournier, Richard 65 
Fournier, Ronald 31 
Fox, Linda 65 

Franconeri, Frank 57,94, 120, 127 
Freehart, Donna 65 
Freeland, William 57,113,126,127 
Freeman, Edith 136 
Freeman, Heidi 65, 1 17, 121 
French, Dennis 61,122,123 
Gagnon, Russell 57 
Galipeau, John 57 
Gallery, Daniel 57 
Galli, Richard 61 
Gallipeau, Dennis 57 
Gallipeau, Ernest 31 
Gallipeau, Francis 31 
Garceau, David 65,94,102 
Gardner, Steven 65 
Gaul in, Charles 31 
Gaumond, Patricia 130,114 
Gaumond, Richard 32 
Gauthier, Annette 65, 114 
Gauthier, Brian 65 



Gauthier, David 65 

Gauthier, Pauline 103 

Gauthier, Rachel 32,131 

Gauthier, Robert 65 

Gendreau, Michael 32,131 

Gendreau, Russell 65 

Gentili, Gina 32,131,110,111,112, 

113,118,121 
Gibeault, Deborah 57,114,117,124,127 
Gibeault, Maureen 32, 13 1, 1 1 1, 1 12, 

124 ' 
Gibeault, William 57,114 
Gibson, Mary 76 
Girouard, Robert 61, 100 
Giroux, Robert 141 
Giroux, Roger 49,94,151,106 
Glondek, Walter 149 
Gobeille, Lucille 61 
Gobeille, Roger 48 
Golebiowski, George 32 
Gosk, Walter 60,141,100 
Goudreau, Gale 57 
Goulet, Anthony 106, 120 
Goulet, Wayne 69 
Gravel, Dennis 57, 104 
Gravel , Linda 61 
Graves, Gary 57 
Gray, Pamela 33,131,111,112 
Grebb,Jean 130,139 
Gregoire, Eugene 61,127 
Gregoire, Ronald 33 
Gregoire, Susan 65, 1 17 
Gregory, Jonathan 61 
Griffith, Brian 33 

Griffith, Charlene 66, 130, 1 14, 121, 128 
Griffith, Joyce 61,128 
Gryncewicz, Gary 66 
Grzembski, Joan 33, 124 
Gubb, Barbara 61,113,114,117 
Guerard, Edmund 149 
Guinta, Rocco 57 
Guyette, Elaine 61,117,124 
Guyette, Roger 33 
Hall, Bruce 66 
Hansen, Debra 66 
Hapgood, Peter 60,98,99, 105 
Handy, Robert 129,146 
Hamood, John 57, 94, 130, 121,127 
Hebert, James 33 
Hebert, Raymond 66, 101 
Hebert, Roger 76 
Hefner, Deborah 61, 1 14, 1 17, 123 
Hibbard, Nancy 66, 130 
Hibbard, William 61,94 
Hicks, Donna 66 
Hill, Cynthia 61,117 
Hirons, Beth 61,86, 102, 1 14, 1 17, 123 
Hmielowski, Daniel 34 
Hofstra, Elsie 136 
Holden, Katherine 66, 1 14, 1 17, 125 
Holden, Thomas 34,120 
Hopkins, June 66, 1 14 
Howard, Barbara 76 
Howard, Susan 66, 129, 1 13, 1 16, 121 , 

123,128 
Hudon, Roland 66,128 
Hufault, Judy 66 
Hufault, Susan 66 
Hughes, Peter 34, 131,98,99, 104, 1 13, 

120 
Hughes, Winifred 66,131,114,117,125, 

128 
Hurley, Francis 61 
Hutchinson, Deborah 34,77 
Hutchinson, Donna 66, 1 19, 121 
Hutchinson, Douglas 57 
Hutchinson, Gay 34,123,125 
Hwalek, Donna 66 
Hwalek, Suzanne 61 , 1 17, 123 
Hwalek, Walter 34, 106, 107, 120 
Innis, Bruce 35,91,106,107,120 
Innis, Mary 61,129, 102 



Innis, Winifred 121 

lozzo, Carol 57, 1 13, 1 17, 123, 125 

lozzo, Catherine 57 

lozzo, Gregory 66 

lozzo, Susan 66,117,121 

Jeneral, Thomas 35,77, 1 1 1 , 1 12 

Jenkins, Nancy 35 

Jezerski, John 35 

Jezerski, Michael 66 

Jezerski, Patricia 57 

Jewell, Michelle 128 

Johnson, Barbara 66, 121 

Johnson, Merilynne 57, 1 14, 1 17, 123, 

126 
Johnston, Thomas 57 
Joy, Allen 57 
Joy, Kenneth 66 
Julian, Joanne 57 
Kamizirides, Helen 35 
Karp, Peter 35,87 
King, Jeffrey 61 
Kiritsy, Anna 66,114,116,125 
Kiritsy, Charles 57,94 
Knight, David 151 
Konkel, Debbra 36,87 
Kopacz, Donna 66, 1 14, 1 17 
Koprowski, Paul 66 

Kosakowski, Ann 61,129,102,114,116 
Kosakowski, Thomas 36,87,88,129,98, 

104,105,112,120 
Koumanelis, Frank 106 
Kowalewski, Anne 57, 1 14, 1 17, 123, 

126,127 
Kowalewski, Patricia 61 , 1 17, 124 
Kowalski, Kathleen 61, 114 
Kozlowski, Joseph 66, 107, 121 
Krasnov, Mary 113,114,117 
Krasnov, Paul 36,72,87, 1 1 1, 1 12, 1 13 

127,131 
Kulis, Patricia 57,1 13 
Kupiec, Bernard 66 
Kurposka, James 57, 104, 105 
Kvasznyik, Rosa 57, 128 
Kyrios, Barbara 17,151 
LaBarge, Deborah 66 
Labelle, Beverly 61 
Labossiere, Marie 144 
Lacasse, Deborah 66, 1 14, 1 17, 128 
Lacasse, Lawrence 62 
Lachapelle, Dianne 66 
Lacoste, Judith 62 
Laferriere, Frances 62 
LaFlamme, Dave 104 
Lafleche, Andre 62 
Lafleche, Gerald 62 
LaFleche, Roger 62 
Lafleche, Shirley 62 
LaFountaine, Anne 66 
Laliberte, Elaine 62, 130 
Laliberte, Richard 62 
Lamarine, Jon 104 
Lamothe, Lorraine 62 
Lamoureux, Norman 48 
Lancotot, Clifford 62 
Lane, David 66,121 
Lane, Nancy 57 , 1 13 
Langevin, Albert 135 
Langevin, David 57 
Langevin, Denise 56 
Langlois, Joyce 66, 121 , 128 
LaPierre, Mona 57 
Laporte, Leonard 36 
Laporte, Paul 36 
LaRiviere, Janet 66,117 
Lariviere, Janice 36 
LaRiviere, Shirley 37 
LaRochelle, Patricia 37, 130, 131, 1 12, 

125, 127 
Larson, Jeffrey 129, 142 
Lataille, Denis 62,114 
Latino, Charles 146 
Latino, Diane 62, 124 



Index 



Latour, Emily 66 

Latour, James 57,121,127 

Laval lee, Gary 37 

Lavallee, Lauria 57, 128 

Laval lee, Leon 57 

Lavallee, Paul 57 

Lavallee, Paulette 66 

Lavigne, Susan 62, 1 17, 124, 127 

Lavoie, Elizabeth 37,114,121 

Lavoie, Jeffrey 62 

Lazo, James 105 

Lazo, Michael 94 

Learned, Wilfred 66,94,101 

LeBlanc, Gail 37 

LeBlanc, Mary 37,131,128 

LeBlanc, Richard 62 

Leblanc, Robert 66 

LeBoeuf, Carol 57 

LeBoeuf, Melia 136 

LeBreux, Donna 38,125 

LeClair, Elizabeth 146 

LeClair, Michael 66 

Leduc, Beverly 103 

Leduc, Kathleen 57 

Leduc, Paul 58,107 

Leduc, Richard 151,101,103,107 

Leduc, Robert 76 

Leduc, Thomas 38,87, 131, 127 

Lee, Gary 38,73,94,97,98, 106, 107, 

120 
Lee, Michael 58,94,98,104,120 
Lefebvre, Marc 62 
Lehonczak, Cheryl 66 
Lemanski, Edward 58,127 
Lemanski, Donna 66 
Lemoine, Marc 58 
Lempicki, Richard 62 
Lendry, Don 188 
Lesniewski, Ronald 20,87,94,96,97,98, 

99,106,120 
Letendre, Dennis 66 
Libby, Linda 66 
Lippe, Ernest 188 
Lippe, Dennis 58 
Lippe, Susan 62, 1 17, 124 
Lippe, Raymond 188 
Lira, Janis 62,129,102,117 
Livernois, David 66 
Livernois, Paul 94,95,106 
Loconto, Patrick 142,122,123 
Lombardi, John 62 
Lomme, Samuel 38 
Lorange, David 58 
Lovely, George 62, 129, 1 14, 126 
Lovely, Lorraine 38 
Lucier, Richard 67 
Lukowski, Deborah 38 
Lukowski, Diane 62 
Lumi, Peter 67 
Lumi, Sheila 58 
Lusignan, Brian 62 
Lynch, Jeffrey 67 

MacDonald, Carolyn 62, 1 13, 1 14, 1 17 
MacDonald, Wayne 39,87,88,91,129, 

106,111,112,120,121,127 
MacKinnon, Hugh 67 
Madore, Kenneth 67,94,96,97,101,120 
Magoon, Bonnie 76,103 
Magoon, Debra 67,119,121 
Magoon, Martin 39 
Mailhot, Pauleen 67 
Majchrzak, Teresa 62 
Maly, Sandra 62,117,124 
Manchuck, Lucien49,153 
Mandeville, David 67 
Mandeville, Ronald 58 
Manning, Thomas 58,73 
Maramo, Sandra 39 
Marcucci, James 62 
Marcucci, John 58 
Marinelli, William 106 
Marini, John 67 



Marino, Donald 94,95, 144, 120 

Marquis, Dennis 67 

Martin, MaryLou 67 

Martin, Michael 58 

Maska, Brian 39,94,120 

Mason, Elizabeth 58,113 

Mason, Mary 39,73, 131 , 1 1 1 , 1 12, 1 13 

Mathieu, Greg 106 

Mathieu, Richard 67 

McDonald, Judith 62,103 

McDonough, Martin 89 

McEvoy, Mary 39 

McGrath, Richard 67,121 

McKenna, James 67, 1 13, 126 

McKinstry, Cindy 67,119 

McKinstry, Jeffrey, 40,104,105 

McKinstry, Victoria 58 

McManis, Dennis 129,144,128 

McRoy, Lois 67,117 

McRoy, Lorna 67, 1 17 

Menard, Carol 58 

Menard, David 67 

Menard, Diana 67 

Mendes, Jeanne 62 

Mercier, Jeffrey 62 

Metros, Arthur 144 

Mezzoni, John 48 

Micheli, John 62 

Michon, Martha 40,73,87,89, 131,127, 

128 
Miller, Lori 67,121 
Misiaszek, Gary 40 
Miskavich, Lillian 153 
Mogavero, David 77 
Mominee, Jan 40, 105 
Mominee, Richard 67 
Mongeau, Michele 67 
Mongeon, Donna 67 
Mongeon, Robert 58 
Montigny, Joseph 136 
Montigny, Sylvia 58 
Moon, John 62 
Moore, John 58, 1 14, 126, 128 
Moore, Peter 89 
Moore, Richard 153,127 
Morgan, Alan 62 
Morin, Frederick 135 
Morr 
Morr 
Morr 
Morr 
Morr 
Morr 



Cathleen 67,130,117 

I, Clare 67, 114, 117 

I, Diane 142 

I, Geraldine 146,124 

I, Robert 76 

, Walter 62 
Moskwa, Cheryl 58 
Moynagh, Pamela 58 
Myer, Pauline 1 14 
Nasse, Kathryn 67,114,117 
Nawrot, Barbara 40, 124 
Negip, Lee 64,100,101 
Newell, Laura 58 
Nichols, Alice 136 
Nichols, Frances 67 
Nickerson, William 17,149 
Niefadlik, Jane 58,130,113,121,127 
Nikolla, Theodore 67,101 
Noble, Linda 67 
Noga, Alan 67,107 
Normandin, Debra 62 
Normandin, Dennis 40 
Normandin, Jack 41 
Normandin, Jill 64,114,119,123 
Normandin, Richard 67 
O'Brien, Janet 67,102,123 
O'Brien, Kathleen 41, 102, 103 
O'Connell, Ann 139 
Orzech, Charles 58 
Orzech, Thomas 67,101,121 
Osimo, Barbara 103 
Osimo, Marc 104 
Osowski , Deborah 67 
Osowski, Donna 58, 113 
Ostrokolowicz, Arlene 58,102,103,128 



Page, Penny 20,131,113,118 

Page, Virginia 136 

Palmerino, Martha 62, 1 13, 1 14, 1 18 

Panu, Gregory 41,94, 120 

Pappas, Sandra 130, 128 

Paquette, Cathleen 58, 1 13 

Paquette, Gail 76 

Paquin, Jean 62 

Paquin, Judith 62 

Paquin, Michelle 89 

Paul, Cynthia 41,111, 122, 123, 125, 127 

Paul, Rinita 62, 1 17, 122, 123, 125, 127, 

128 
Paul, William 60,142 
Peloquin, Albert 67 
Peloquin, Donald 58 
Peloquin, Kathy 67,102,123 
Peloquin, Richard 41,94 
Peloquin, Robert 67 
Peloquin, Victor 135 
Perkins, Holly 67 
Pero, Vernon 139, 126 
Perron, Susan 67, 1 14, 1 17, 121 
Perry, Dennis 62,107,128 
Peterson, Carol 144 
Petrel li, Joseph 62 
Petrelli, Lona 62, 130, 123, 127, 128 
Petrel li, Raymond 58 
Pettinelli, Carol 41,91,130,131,111, 

112,125 
Pettinelli, James 62 
Pettinelli, Paul 58 
Philbrook, Rhonda 67 
Phipps, Sean 67,101 
Piche, Juliette 42 
Pickarski, Charles 62 
Pickarski, Susan 67, 117 
Piette, Rodney 89 
Pingeton, Charles 62 
Pingeton, Gail 58, 1 13, 120, 127, 128 
Pirana, James 58 
Plante, Judith 62 
Plouffe, Bruce 58,127 
Plouffe, Richard 67 
Poirier, Janet 141 
Poirier, Norman 67 
Poirier, Suzanne 119 
Polanik, Gregory 62,121 
Poliks, Beverly 151 
Pollone, Ramona42,131 
Pontbriand, Cheryl 67 
Pontbriand, Jeanine 67,117 
Pontbriand, Michael 58 
Pontbriand, Robert 48 
Poulin, Janice 42, 103 
Poulin, Joyce 42, 103 
Poulin, Russell 67 
Power, James 67,100,101 
Power, Michael 58,94,95, XJ5, 120 
Power, William 62, 105 
Proulx, David 106 
Proulx, Dennis 62 
Proulx, Dennis G. 42 
Proulx, Emily 61,114,117 
Proulx, Louise 58 
Proulx, Richard 62 
Proulx, Robert 58 
Proulx, Roger 62 
Proulx, Rose 139,122,125 
Provost, Diane 67 
Provost, Richard 62 
Prymak, Nancy 62, 1 18, 121 
Prymak, Steven 42,94,96, 104, 120 
Puccelli, Janet 103 
Quevillon, Mark 62,88,94, 106 
Quevillon, Robert 43,106,114 
Qiugley, Paul 68 
Quinn, Thomas 135 
Rajchl, Rita 43, 11 1,123, 126, 131 
Rajchl, Sonja 43,124 
Rakowski, Karin 62 
Rakowski, Marian 58 



Index 



Rakowski, Tolek 68 

Ranks, Steven 68 

Remijan, Ruth 88 

Renaud, Denise 43 

Renaud, Yvonne 68 

Reynolds, Charles 68 

Rice, Seaver 188 

Ricci, Kenneth 43 

Ricci, Russell 58 

Richard, Linda 62,103,117 

Richard, Marc 58,106 

Richard, Paul 43 

Richards, David 58 

Richer, Diane, 68, 121 

Rines, Dennis 62 

Roberts, Donald 62 

Roberts, James 68 

Robinson, Robert 62 
Rocissano, Frank 76 

Rondeau, Michael 68,107 

Rosienski, Carol 44,131,111,112,122, 

123,125 
Rosso, Ricky 68 
Rousseau, Debra 68, 1 14, 121 
Routhier, Deborah 68 
Routhier, Linda 58 
Roy, Kathy 44,87,118,127 
Roy, Patricia A. 62,117,118 
Roy, Patricia M. 68,121 
Roy, Philippe 63 
Roy, Richard 58,113,121,127 
Rust, Harold 68 
Ryan, Louise 44,94 
Ryder, Elaine 68 
Sacramone, John 44,94, 120 
St George, Carol 68 
St Germain, Judith 68 
St Laurent, Andre 58 
St Laurent, David 106 
St Onge, Paul 58,113 
Salisbury, Gayle 68,117,128 
Salva, Betty 68 
Salva, Diane 63,119 
Salva, Ellen 44, 118 
Sandgren, William 68 
Sandman, Louise 76 
Santelli, A. 94,104 
Santelli, Deborah 68, 117, 123, 125 
Santelli, Diane 63 

Santelli, Linda 58,113,114,117,123,125 
Santullo, Nancy 63,117,125 
Saunders, Edward 58 
Savary, Carol 58 
Scheinfeldt, Barbara 63 
Schuck, Michael 68 
Schultz, Fredrick 139 
Sellers, Barbara 68,114,121 
Sellers, Robert 58 
Seremet, Celeste 103 
Sexton, Janet 58 
Shanbaum, Sandra 58, 130, 1 13, 1 14, 1 17, 

123,125,126,127 
Sharp, Sharon 56 
Sheldon, Albert 58,94 
Sheldon, Brian 68 
Shippe, Cynthia 58 
Simonelli, Salvadore 68 
Simpson, Andrew 86 
Sinni, Paul 44 



Skinyon, Frank 136 

Slattery, Robert 63,94 

Sledzik, Gary 63 

Sledzik, Richard 45 

Smarelli, Dawn 68, 1 16, 123, 125 

Smarelli, Joanne 77 

Smick, David 63 

Smick, Linda 58 

Smith, Jim 104,105 

Spadea, -Linda 63 

Spenard, Bruce 68, 120 

Spielvogel, Robert 58, 130, 1 13, 121 , 127 

Splaine, Kathleen 45, 131, 1 1 1 , 1 12 

Staffieri, Anthony 45,87 

Staffieri, Eustah 104,105,120 

Staffieri, Maryann 68, 1 17, 123, 125 

Stanhope, Gail 68, 130 

Steager, Randy 68 

Sterczala, Janice 58 

Stickney, Kathleen 68 

Sturgis, Paul 56,142,104,105 

Suitter, Barbara 68 

Suitter, Deborah 68 

Sullivan, Celesta 141,110 

Sullivan, Deborah 58 

Sullivan, Elaine 68,121 

Swiatek, John 68 

Swist, Stanley 68 

Syriac, Veronica 63 

Szugda, Marcia 63 

Szumilas, Michael 59,94, 100, 106 

Szydlik, Marsha 45, 131,111,128 

Szydlik, Stephen 63,107 

Tagliere, Eugene 45 

Talbot, Eugene 146 

Talisman, Russell 68 

Tamborini, Gary 59 

Tamborini, Jean 68, 1 14, 1 17 

Tanacea, Deborah 59 

Tardif, Claudette 146, 123 

Tarpy, Robert 59, 107 

Tarquinio, Elaine 59 

Taylor, Marsha 63 

Teguis, Peter 139,102 

Tenczar, Mary 59, 1 13, 1 17, 123, 125 

Terpos, Iris 77 , 103 

Terpos, Leo 106 

Tersa, Steven 45 

Thanas, Linda 59,117,123 

Theodoss, Catherine 136,118 

Theodoss, Jeffrey 60,94,97,98, 100, 105 

Thibert, Joanne 68 

Thomas, Holly 68, 1 14, 1 17, 128 

Thomo, Nicholas 63 

Thomo, Spiro 59 

Thompson, Beverly 59 

Thompson, Cynthia 63, 1 14 

Tiberii, Stephen 59 

Tien, Mary Ann 188 

Todd, Alan 68 

Tortis, Maria 60, 114, 1 15, 119 

Tourville, Paul 46 

Towsley, Maria 68 

Toye, Susan 46 

Toye, William 63,100 

Trahan, Gail 59,117,126 

Trahan, Lucille 46 

Trahan, Ruth 46,77, 131 , 1 1 1, 124 

Travinski, David 63,94,105,114 



Iremblay, Michael 63 

Tremblay, Nancy 59 

Tremblay, Patricia 68,117 

Trifone, James 68 

Trifone, Leonard 59 

Trifone, William 129,113 

Trudeau, Joanne 68, 1 14, 1 17 

Trudeau, Michael 63, 106 

Tsoules, Ernest 68 

Turcotte, Roger 46, 1 1 1 , 1 12 

Tyler, Michael 68 

Urbanowski, Joseph 46, 121 , 127 

Utakis, Michael 59,127 

Vairo, Lois 47,73,87,91, 130, 131, 1 10, 
111,112,127 

Vairo, Ronald 63, 105 

Vallee, Maureen 47 

Vallee, Raymond 68 

Vandal, Lorraine 63, 1 17 

Varin, Roland 146,110 

Vasil, James 59,105 

Vema, Lynne 63, 1 14, 1 17 

Villandre, Bruce 68 

Villandre, George 69 

Vincelette, Paul 69 

Waldron, Joan 129, 123 

Waldron, Susan 1 14 
Walek, Nancy 47, 124 
Wandron, Joan 69 

Waskiewicz, Edwin 142 
Waskiewicz, John 63, 129, 107 

Wayne, Diane 59,128 
Wayne, Sharon 63 
Wayne, Terrie 59 

Weberg, Dan 104 

Welch, Ellen 47, 131 

Welch, Michael 69 

Welch, Michael 69 

Welch, William 94,95, 144, 105 

Wescott, Lawrence 59 

Wescotf, Rosemary 47 

Wetteland, James 69 

Wetteland, Karen 63 

White, Ray 76 

Whitney, Kathleen 125 

Whitney, Richard 47,112,114 

Wielblad, Linda 59,113,115 

Williams, Karen 130,116,127,128 

Williams, Kevin 48 

Williams, Mary 63, 1 14 

Wood, Maria 48, 126, 127, 128 

Wright, Dennis 69,100, 101 

Wrona, Stanley 59 

Xanthakos, Kay 88,89 

Xanthakos, Stella 63, 1 14, 117, 123, 125 

Yanka, George 63, 105 

Yanka, Maria 63,114,117 

Yanka, Samuel 63,105 

Zachara, Janice 59, 114 

Zachara, Joseph 63 

Zachara, William 48 

Zarzycki, Nancy 69,129,113,116,121, 

123, 125 
Zarzycki, Paul 63,94,100,101 
Ziemba, Joy 63 
Ziemski, Joanne 114 



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Change is taking place, not only at Southbridge High School, but everywhere. 
We realize that we must accept more changes in the future and that which seems 
so permanent now may not seem so in the years to come. By using good judgment, 
we may change the world for the better and open up a brighter future for all of us. 

"And the present now will later be past; 

The order is rapidly fading; 

And the first one now will later be last, 

For the times they are a-changing." 



For their valuable assistance, the yearbook staff is deeply indebted to: The 
American Yearbook Company, our printers; Mr. Don Lendry, American Yearbook 
Company representative; Morin Studios, our photographers; Mrs. Mary Anna Tien; 
Mr. Seaver Rice; Mr. Raymond Lippe; Mr. Earnest Lippe; the administration; 
faculty; and student body whose cooperation made this book possible. 



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